Campers from Thetford’s Akeela Camp struggle to make meaningful social connections with peers. The campers need practice and guidance in reading non-verbal cues, exhibiting conversational empathy, or understanding social nuances. Each and every camper is different, so camp Akeela chooses not to follow one specific social skills curriculum or therapeutic approach. Instead, they work with families to understand exactly what will make each camper feel socially successful. We are delighted to have camp Akeela try our program this year! We think the kids will have a great time!