The Morning Sentinel reports about how Pine Tree Camp is serving the needs of Maine people with disabilities this summer.
Amy Calder writes:
“Pine Tree Camp on North Pond in Rome, which serves children and adults with disabilities, is using creative ways this summer to ensure camp experiences….a series of six remote summer camp sessions, each a week-long, will be held. Each week will revolve around a theme such as nature, drama or science. Registered campers will receive a curated activity box containing everything they need to participate in daily activities, and they will come together via Zoom to connect for group activities and take part in self-guided activities at their own pace. Those activities will be delivered through paper instructions and pre-recorded videos accessible on Pine Tree Camp’s website.”
Read the full article at this link.