Summer Camps and Activities
We all want our children to have happy, enjoyable summer experiences that are appropriate for their needs and interests. A good camp experience can offer your child the opportunity to try new activities, to learn new skills, to make friends and to gain a sense of independence.
Boston Centers for Youth and Families
If you live or work in Boston, check out this page for a comprehensive list of summer programs.
Choosing a Summer Camp for your Child
Coping with Camp Jitters, Homesickness, and Other Summertime Social Ailments
Fun and Low-cost Activities for Kids of All Ages
How to Choose a Camp: Preparing For Camp.
American Camp Association
Knowing your options, as well as your child's personality, will help you identify programs from which your child will benefit most.
How to Pick the Right Summer Camp for Kids. Barbara Rowley
It's much more than s'mores and sing-alongs: Top camps provide lifelong memories and skills. Here's how to pick a winner -- and help your kid have an awesome summer.
No Phones at Summer Camp? Candy Cohn
If you are thinking of sending your child away to sleepaway camp for the first time this year, you may be having a hard time with many camps’ prohibition on cell phones and other communication tools that connect kids to home.
MA Recreational Camps Q&A
Questions to Ask Yourself and Your Child That Will Frame Your Search for a Best-Fit Camp
Summer Camp Fairs 2017
Summer Camp Resources 2017
If you would like to talk to a Partners EAP Consultant for assistance with issues related to child care, please call 866-724-4EAP.
In case of emergency, please call 911 or your local hospital emergency service.
This content was last modified on: 01/11/2017