In addition to the Summer Immersion Experience,
Transitions also offers weeklong camps for young adults
interested in exploring certain aspects of independent
living more in-depth.
At these camps, students will not only receive instruction in skills that will serve them for the rest
of their lives, they will also experience all the fun the Adirondacks can offer, with
outdoor excursions and arts enrichment classes alike!
Students can attend camps just for the day or they can stay overnight in Transitions apartments.
For more information, call us at (518) 775-5384.
January 9-14, 2022 for Residential Students, January 10-14, 2022 for Day Scholars
This camp is dedicated to helping campers become comfortable and fluent in any social situation. Do you feel uneasy in different social situations? Do you not know what to say or how to build lasting relationships? Do you want to build your “friends base” with like-minded people? Our certified instructors will help you meet all those goals and more through the PEERS® curriculum, community activities and events that reinforce the skills learned and help you feel confident in all social situations. The camp will also teach acceptance, tolerance, safety when meeting and building relationships, and appropriate interpersonal skills. Interspersed with social education will be fun recreation activities such as painting, sculpting, culinary classes, theater and yoga.
My Path To Employment
June 5-10, 2022 for Residential Students, June 6-10, 2022 for Day Scholars
Come to this camp to learn about the start-to-finish process of finding gainful employment. Sessions will cover important job skills, work ethics, what a supervisor is looking for in an employee, how to stand out in an interview and on the job, building better resumes and cover letters, career searching and completing an internship followed by a full assessment. Because life can’t only be about work, there will also be fun activities in art, photography and more.
Organizing My Life
June 12-17, 2022 for Residential Students, June 13-17, 2022 for Day Scholars
Celebration of the ARTS
June 20-24, 2022 for Day Scholars, Call for Residential options
June 26-July 1, 2022 for Residential Students, June 27-July 1, 2022 for Day Scholars
August 7-12, 2022 for Residential Students, August 8-12, 2022 for Day Scholars
At this camp, students will be presented with fun, hands-on challenges that encourage creative problem solving, teamwork, entrepreneurship and innovation. Transitions instructors will help students build confidence, dream big and create to the fullest extent of their ambition.
Life after High School
August 21-26, 2022 for Residential Students, August 22-26, 2022 for Day Scholars
This camp helps prepare campers for life after high school. Campers will learn self-reliance and explore what comes next for them, whether it be a career or college, and how to succeed no matter what path each camper chooses.
My Independent Life
December 26-30, 2022 for All Campers
This camp will help you build independence, become self-reliant and learn about living on your own. There are no age limits – you must only be motivated to learn. The camp includes classes on social skills, independent living, safety, communication, budgeting, accessing community supports and more. There will be hands-on activities, practical skill development and fun art, theater, dance and yoga classes.
Adirondack Expressions Art Camp
June 20-25, 2022 for Residential Students, June 20-24, 2022 for Day Scholars
The camp is for young adults aged 16-27 who have learning differences and want to learn about art. Students can choose to stay overnight at the camp or attend just for the day. The activities, projects and social events here will promote each camper’s unique talents, creativity and self-esteem.
During this one-week session, students participate in exciting Adirondack activities and outings and work with experienced artists on fun and educational art projects. At the end of the week, an exhibition of the art created here will show off each camper’s creativity to parents, friends and family. With two classes per day in disciplines such as painting, woodworking, cooking, photography and paper crafts, there is something at the Adirondack Expressions Art Camp for every budding artist.