Now Open: Fall, Winter and Spring Program Registration

Date posted: July 10, 2017

There’s No Place like Stepping Stones!

During the school-year, Stepping Stones offers a variety of weekend recreation programs – filled with adventure for children, teens and adults with disabilities.

From ‘Clash of the Titans’ to ‘Art Attack’, each session has a unique theme to deliver new adventure – week after week – through the fall, winter and spring seasons. Stepping Stones offers day and evening Saturday Clubs at our Given Campus and Weekend Respites at the beautiful 46-acre Allyn Campus near Batavia, Ohio. 

Choose Stepping Stones for Your Adventures!

Our outdoor, nature-based environment allows for exploration in a camp-like atmosphere.

Program staff members are predominantly college-age students studying related fields and each receive over 80 hours of direct training on topics such as First Aid/CPR, activity leadership and participant safety. Nurses are onsite during all waking program hours. All Staff have background and reference checks. Our trained staff are assisted by volunteers. 

Programs provide structure and fun. Keep your body and your mind active while participating in new activities such as science exploration, archery, nature hikes and sports. 

Whether you are away from home for the first time or a seasoned veteran, camp allows participants to practice life skills in a safe and nurturing environment. Camp is empowering and promotes independence and self-esteem. 

Discover what you enjoy doing, be silly and try things outside of your comfort zone. Disconnect from technology and be YOU in a judgement-free zone.

Peer groups connect over new interests and special activities.

Ready to start choosing your seasonal adventures? Dive in by clicking the button below:

Interested in Joining the Stepping Stones’ Seasonal Staff Team?

We are currently accepting applications for positions in our Saturday Clubs and Weekend Overnight Respite programs. To learn more about working at Stepping Stones in Summer 2017, click here.

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