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Summer Youth Day Treatment Camp

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Registration Application Process

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The date of your application phone call will dictate your priority spot in the cue for application review and scheduling your camper's intake appointment. Please note that acceptance into our program can only be determined once steps 1-4 above have been completed. Scheduling your application phone call (attended by parent/guardian) sooner rather than later will help to move this process along. We respect that the timeline of this decision may impact your spot on other waitlists for community resources and programs and will do what we can to have a decision made for you as soon as the above steps have been completed.

If you are registering more than one child for camp, please complete One Registration Application for EACH CHILD

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Frequently Asked Questions

How does the registration process work?

Click Here to view breakdown of steps to follow (make sure you scroll down to page 2 and 3).

Does my child have to be a current client at your practice to attend camp?

No! 😊 Current clients likely will not have to complete an intake again. However, all new campers must complete a camp intake prior to starting camp. At this meeting a member of the camp staff will take a background history, gather information about presenting problems, and discuss individualized goals for your child in the areas of social skills, anger/anxiety management, impulse control, sustained attention and learning skills.


My child is a client at your office and will be attending camp, can I also send my other children to camp at the same time?

Yes! We support all children at our camp. We believe that everyone has goals that they can work on and these can be addressed in many ways throughout our camp program.


Does my child have to have a diagnosis to attend camp?

No. A diagnosis is not required to attend our camp program.


Is this Group Therapy program covered by OHIP?

Our program is not covered by OHIP, HOWEVER, if you have extended health care coverage for Group Therapy under Psychological Services, you will be able to submit your invoices for this aspect of the program for reimbursement of these fees.


What are the hours of camp?

Our regular camp program hours are Monday to Friday 9am to 3pm. We also offer extended care in the afternoons for an additional fee, running from 3:00-4:30pm in the afternoon.

How will the animals be incorporated into programming?

There will be no separate horse program offered this year (as Dr. Angela and Associates had offered in the past ). However, this year we are integrating all of the animals into the whole program. There will be some different ground activities that are scheduled with the horses that all of the children at camp will be able to enjoy. 

How will the children in the camp be split into groups?

Age is taken into consideration when dividing our campers into groups for their daily activities. We try our best to match your child with other children who are within 2-3 years of your child’s age.


Do you offer programs for teenagers?

Not at this time.


How old does my child have to be to attend camp?

We offer our camp program to children who are going into Grade 1-Grade 6 (have completed SK to Grade 5)


What is your cancellation and refund policy?

Cancellations must be received at least ten business days prior to the start of the camp session for which the child is registered into. If notice is given the ten days prior, you will receive a refund of all but $40 for approved refunds per session. Refunds are not permitted for those who register or cancel registration within ten business days to the start of the camp session.


Can my child carry their cell phone on them at camp so that I am able to reach them? How can I reach my child in case of an emergency?

It is Dr. Angela Fountain & Associates policy to not allow any form of electronic device or cell phone at camp. This policy is in place to ensure campers safety, privacy to treatment and maintain the camp experience. Campers are not permitted to have these devices in their bags or on themselves at any time. If a counsellor becomes aware that a camper has a device on program, staff will remove the device and keep it safe until the end of the day in the office. Devices will only be released at the end of the day to parents and/or guardians. In the event that you need to reach your child or your child needs to reach you, you can contact our front office at (905) 655 – 5813.

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