15-05-2014, Malta ,Parents with children between the ages of 3 and 8 and are living with autism developmental disorders, emotional or behavioral problems have an opportunity to enroll them for a nine weeks summer school program at Therapeutic Summer School Malta. The nine weeks program is organized by Hand in Hand Malta. The venue will be at St Venera Primary school in Malta.
The program is schedules to begin on Monday 7th July 2014 and end on Friday 12th September 2014 with a break in between 11th – 15th August.
According to the organizers the environment will be a therapeutic one where the needs of the children who will be participating will be met. Some of the activities which are lined up for this event are: Table Top Activities, Arts & Crafts, Story Telling, Sand Play, Water Play, Science Activities and Cooking
“Our summer school program is different from any traditional summer school and gives the opportunities to children to enjoy activities within a therapeutic support environment,” said the representative of Hand in Hand Malta.
“One of the benefits of summer school for our kids is the fact that it can encourage the child in this world to become more responsible in their daily living. But such benefit is just a small part of the complete list of the benefits a good summer school program can offer to our kids. In a summer school, a child will be provided with high quality education which will serve as an advance learning activity,” said the representative.
Parents are requested to enroll early to avoid last minute rush and issues that would come about as a result of late registration.
About Hand in Hand Malta
At Hand in Hand Malta specializes in providing the most effective way to support your child’s development. The organization is made up of a network of professionals who work together in order to provide quality therapeutic services to children and adolescents. In this way they are able to provide a wide range of services according to the needs of the child, ranging from professional assessments, psychological therapy, play therapy services, as well as intervention for children with special needs.