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Constraint Induced Movement Therapy (CIMT) Summer Camp

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Constraint Induced Movement Therapy (CIMT) Summer Camp offers children the opportunity to participate in six hours of fun-filled activities to promote increased use, strength and coordination of their affected arms and hands. Daily therapy will occur onsite with a highly trained Occupational Therapist and Physical Therapist.

Children eligible for this session should meet the following criteria:

  • Have a diagnosis of hemiplegia
  • Completed Kindergarten or older
  • Gets along well with peers
  • Spends at least 15 minutes on a preferred activity
  • Can grasp items independently from the table with their affected hand

Unfortunately children are not elgible for our group based camp if they:

  • Have self-injurious behaviors
  • Need help standing, sitting or walking
  • Are easily distracted by others or their surroundings while doing a quiet activity

For more information on the CIMT camp, contact Kristine Mauldin at 443-923-4587.

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