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  • DSAMT Friends Camp for Kids - is designed and led by two highly-qualified behavior analysts who work with children with disabilities, including Down syndrome and have extensive experience and understanding addressing behavioral goals in a group environment.  CLICK HERE for flyer. 

Children will benefit from small group instruction with one of two behavior analysts, while learning alongside age-appropriate peers. $100 per child.  Siblings & typically developing friends - $50.  Space is limited and the camp will fill up.   Camp will be held at GiGi's Playhouse in Brentwood, TN.

  • July 21-25, 2014, 9am to 12pm for ages 5-10.  Camp is now full. CLICK HERE to put your name on our waiting list.  You'll be notified before Friday July 18 if a spot is available.

Volunteers:  We require 12-15 volunteers for this camp - especially those with PT, OT, SLP or BCBA students, so if you are interested in helping and learning from 2 very highly experienced BCBAs, please contact

Pictures from 2013 camps are

  • Dance Like No One Is Watching Camp - July 7-11.  This very special camp gives individuals with Down syndrome & their siblings the very unique and wonderful opportunity to learn to dance with world famous dancer, Pierre Dulaine!  Mr. Dulaine is known for his work on Dancing in Jaffa (2013), Mad Hot Ballroom (2005) and Take the Lead (2006).  Camp will take place at the Christ Church YMCA in Brentwood, TN.

This opportunity is offered FREE of charge to individuals with Down syndrome and their siblings;  however, advanced registration for each participant is required.   

  • Section 1 9:15 am – 10:15 am AGES 5-9
  • Section 2 10:30 am – 11:30 am AGES 10-13
  • Section 3 12:15 pm – 1:15 pm AGES 14-17
  • Section 4 1:30 pm – 2:30 pm AGES 18-22
  • Section 5 2:45 pm – 3:45 pm AGES 23+

  • Creative Arts Camp - June 16 - 20.  DSAMT Creative Arts Camp is a five day creative experience for teens and adults with Down syndrome and other disabilities. This week long day camp provides a fun and safe environment in which campers can make friends and explore a variety of artistic endeavors. Camp counselors & volunteers provide peer friendships, mentoring and supervision. CLICK HERE for 2014 flyer.  Contact Erin Kice at for registration materials.  Camp will take place at the Westminster Presbyterian Church, Nashville, TN.

 Pictures from 2013 camp are online!

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