Inclusion at Camp Robin Hood
Under the direction of Camp Owner/Director Sari Grossinger, we are proud to be recognized internationally as leaders in the field of inclusion. As a paediatric Occupational Therapist, Sari and her team of professionals, work with families throughout the year to ensure a successful summer for all. This includes special training for our staff, providing adaptive equipment where needed, and planning modified programs. Throughout the summer, a Camper Relations Representative provides a consistent point of contact for families requiring extra attention.
Before enrolling in this program, Sari and the Camper Relations Team will often conduct home and/or school visits to assess if our camp is the right fit for their child. Camp Robin Hood is not a traditional therapeutic environment therefore the assessment process includes important discussions between camp, family, teachers and other professionals as necessary. Our goal is always to provide a positive camp experience for all of our campers. We recognize that we cannot meet every child’s needs but do our best to work towards a safe and successful summer for all involved.
* Some additional fees are associated with this program.
One to One Support Services and Fees
We are able to support campers with various special needs. If you have questions, please book a consultation with our Director Sari Grossinger to discuss further.
When one-on-one support is determined as necessary, either Camp Robin Hood can provide the staff for this directly or the family can provide an appropriate individual to support the camper. In both cases, the Camp Robin Hood Camper Relations Team is on-site to support the child and their support staff.
- $900 per 2 weeks: Camp Robin Hood provides a 1:1 staff member
- $200 per summer: Camp Robin Hood provides support to 1:1 staff member hired by your family
Camper Relations Teams
Our Camper Relations Team (CRT) consists of four experienced Camp Robin Hood staff members who, during the school year, work professionally in the field of “Special Needs”. At camp they focus directly on campers and their families in providing a smooth transition into the unique environment that Camp Robin Hood provides.
Members of the CRT also participate in training and supporting our staff, while providing adaptive equipment and modified programs. The goal of this team always remains the same, including campers & staff of all abilities in our regular programs, ultimately providing a great social experience for all.
We know that an environment where campers of all abilities prosper together is a truly unique experience!