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Summer program for Breaking Away

Sunday, June 22, 2014   by: Staff



The school year is rapidly coming to a close and we, at Breaking Away, would like to inform you and your students of our summer program. 

The summer program is being offered to future potential students of Breaking Away, at the high school level.  

Breaking Away provides support and encouragement for individuals with a developmental disability. 

We provide opportunities to explore and participate in our community, and we create a fun, caring, and supportive environment, where everyone is free to learn and be their own self.

The summer program will include; a student prepared nutritional lunch and afternoon snack; a focus on making healthy choices and healthy, lasting friendships; fun physical activity; a strong component in building a good working relationship in the community; and safety. 

Also, within each fun activity there will be countless learning/teaching opportunities for your student including, among others; important social lessons and money recognition and value.

The summer program will run for seven weeks, Monday through Friday (July 2 to July 25, 2014) with a hiatus for two weeks and then restarting the program (August 11 to August 29, 2014), 12 noon to 5 p.m. each day at the Mount St. Joseph Learning Center. 

The program could be offered to those interested in full time and part time programming at a rate of $40 per day.

Funding may be provided through Passport to Independence (Ministry), Resource Allocation (Community Living Algoma), and/or Special Services at Home.

If you or someone you know might be interested in Breaking Away’s Summer Program or if you have questions regarding Breaking Away please contact Amanda at (705) 575-3355, the sooner the better!


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