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Summer Camp

The Bridge Center wants everyone to come have fun in the sun! Our beautiful and fully accessible campus offers 20+ acres of open space for your child to enjoy fresh air and nature while getting the support needed to assure that they can successfully navigate the day.

The Bridge Center is proud to offer specialized camps that meet the needs of campers of all abilities including campers with ASD, developmental disabilities, social and emotional disabilities, neuromuscular disabilities, and other disorders, regardless of the severity. We also have an inclusion camp for children with and without disabilities!

Summer Camp 2020 Dates & Rates Coming Soon!


For more information or questions regarding our Summer Camp contact our Summer Camp Program Coordinator Abby Ross at 508-697-7557 ext. 12 or aross@thebridgectr.org.

The following steps must be taken in order to secure your spot in camp.

1. Pay a non-refundable $50.00 registration fee.
Your assessment will not be scheduled and your scholarship application will not be processed without this fee being paid.

2. In order to secure your spot, all required deposits must be paid by the deposit deadline (Deadline date TBA in 2020). This deposit will be deducted from your camp balance. If this is not received, your child will be put on a waitlist for that specific week.

3. If an outside agency or school is paying for your child’s summer camp, you are responsible for obtaining a letter of intent to pay which must specify your child’s name, dates attending and whether they will be paying the $50.00 Registration Fee.
The Bridge Center will NOT invoice any outside organization until a letter of intent to pay has been received!!

Therapeutic Horseback Riding is now available as an addition to your camper's week here at The Bridge Center.
If you are interested in adding a lesson per camp week, at an additional fee, you must indicate this at the bottom of your camper application.

If you have indicated that you would like to have your camper ride, Please complete the online Riding Assessment and then Kate Pooler, our Lead PATH Instructor, will contact you to schedule an assessment.

All summer campers who will be receiving any sort of financial support granted by the Bridge Center Scholarship Program, will be unable to participate, as horseback riding is an addition to the cost of camp.



Payment and Refund Policies

The Bridge Center's Riding Center is a PATH Intl. Premier Accredited Center. PATH Intl. Certified Instructors teach and oversee all therapeutic lessons and other equine-assisted activities. “PATH Intl. Certified Instructors use these equine-assisted activities and therapies (EAAT) to help tens of thousands of individuals each year with physical, mental and behavioral challenges gain strength and independence through the power of the horse. EAAT helps people from all backgrounds and all walks of life in a variety of ways, including increasing strength and flexibility, improving motor skills, promoting speech and cognitive reasoning, and building relationships and social skills. The individuals served by PATH Intl. members may face any number of challenges, including paralysis, multiple sclerosis, autism, Down syndrome, substance abuse, traumatic brain injury or amputation – but all benefit from the power of the horse."
- - Professional Association of Therapeutic Horsemanship