Upcoming Programs

Summer Programs 2017

Skill Development Program- July and August

Program Facilitators are available in July and August for one-on-one programming that utilizes occupational therapy techniques, protocols, and strategies, in order to promote skill development in individualized goals.

Social Skills Group- 21-25 August 2017

Children between the ages of 9-13 will have the opportunity to develop and practice important social skills by interacting with peers in both large and small group activities.

Please see our Summer 2017 Program List for detailed information on these programs.


Past Programs

Adolescent Social Skills Group- November 2016

For many children, learning to communicate and make friends can be challenging.  Social skills are needed to understand how to engage others in meaningful conversations, by utilizing both verbal and non-verbal communication.  Adolescents between the ages of 10-13 can join us for four sessions to explore the complexities of socializing while practicing skills in a safe group environment.

Please see our Social Skills Group Flyer for detailed information.


Skill Development Summer Program- July & August 2016

Summer is an ideal time to work on specific skills without the pressures of school and other activities.  Attending additional skill development programs at Make Way For Me! will help children and youth develop new skills, work on old ones, and keep others sharp for the school year.  Program Facilitators are available in July and August for one-on-one programming that utilizes occupational therapy techniques, protocols, and strategies.  Examples of skills that can be worked on include bike riding, shoe tying, printing, typing, social skills, and anxiety reduction.

Please see our Skill Development Pamphlet for detailed information.


Attachment Disorder Training- April 2016

We are excited to be hosting Dr. Sian Phillips and Dr. Dan Hughes May 25-28 for a four-day Attachment Disorder Training workshop based on Dyadic Developmental Psychotherapy (DDP). This training is relevant for therapists and clinicians who want to increase their skill set of attachment focused treatment.

Please see our Attachment Brochure for detailed information.


Tummy Time Pilot Group- April 2016

Join us for a three day Tummy Time program, organized and administered by two Queen’s Occupational Therapy Students.  We will discuss activities to promote healthy development in the areas of vision, hearing, movement, touch, and social/emotional interactions.

Please see our Tummy Time Pamphlet for detailed information.


Skill Development Summer Program- July & August 2015

Summer is an ideal time to work on specific skills without the pressures of school and other activities.  Attending additional skill development programs at Make Way For Me! will help children and youth develop new skills, work on old ones, and keep others sharp for the school year.  Program Facilitators are available in July and August for one-on-one programming that utilizes occupational therapy techniques, protocols, and strategies.  Examples of skills that can be worked on include bike riding, shoe tying, printing, typing, social skills, and anxiety reduction.

Please see our Skill Development Pamphlet for detailed information.


Skill Development Programming- July & August 2014

Summer is an ideal time to work on specific skills without the pressures of school and other activities. Attending additional skill development programs at Make Way For Me! will help kids develop new skills, work on old ones, and keep others sharp for the school year. One-on-one, individualized programming can focus on skills such as riding a bike, typing, school readiness, printing, dressing skills, and eating skills.

Please see our Summer Program Pamphlet for detailed information.