Optiminds Cognitive Camp—2012 Schedule

We are pleased to announce the Optiminds Cognitive Camp schedule for 2012. Weekly camps will begin on June 25, 2012 and run through August 17, from 9:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m. There will be no camp on July 4.  

Here’s what’s new for 2012: 

We have a new location at: Addams Elementary School, 2222 W. Webster Road, Royal Oak, MI 48073.

We have new lower pricing–$50/day and $200/week. A $50 deposit is required with your application.

Optiminds Cognitive Camp sessions are available by the day or week. Following is a sampling of areas to be covered in camp sessions:

  • Individualized Cognitive Training
  • English and Language Arts
  • Math, Science, Social Studies
  • Social Skills
  • Reading Comprehension
  • PCI© Reading Program
  • Orton Gillingham© Phonics
  • FAST© Phonics Program
  • Critical Thinking
  • Problem Solving Using Puzzles and Games

Optiminds Cognitive Camp is a fun way to keep your brain in shape over the summer! For more information contact Dr. Jane Stewart, Ph.D. at (248) 496.0150 or Melanie Leavitt Weiss at (248) 417.1416.

Click on this link for the Registration and this link to view the Optiminds Cognitive Camp Flyer. 

Dr. Jane Stewart at Optiminds has been helping to improve the study, reading and cognitive skills of clients of all ages. Find out more about Optiminds brain fitness programs and cognitive skills training by calling us today at (248) 496-0150 or email us at: jstewart@optimindsct.com. And be sure to visit our website at www.optimindsct.com.

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