Therapeutic Integrations

Camp Connections

Camp Connections is a Therapeutic Integration (TI) waiver provider offering TI and ITI (Intensive Therapeutic Integration) services to children ages 6+ with autism and other developmental disabilities.

- Therapeutic Integrations -

How To Get Involved

We have 3 different therapeutic integration options through Camp Connections LLC.
Discover which is best for your family.


Our seasonal camps run during the school breaks.  We have a week long Winter and Spring camp, and a 6-8 week long summer camp. All camps coincide with the public school break schedule, from 12 noon until 4:00 p.m.

Saturday TI Programs

Our Saturday TI Program runs from September until the end of the school year, from 12 noon – 4:00pm.

Aftercare Programs

Our Aftercare Program runs the entire school year, following the public school schedule, with no aftercare on early release days. It is held from 3:00pm-6:00pm at Gaithersburg Middle School. Transportation is arranged through Montgomery County school busses.

- Camp Programs and Activities -

Variety of Integrations

We consistently update our camp and program activities based on interest. The areas of focus typically include the following


Swim time at the Gaithersburg Aquatic Center is great way to get exercise and be social.

Community Outings

We enjoy taking the campers on field trips in the community, including bowling and water park at Bohrer Park.

Music & Movement

Dance instruction is focused on helping to improve motor skills and agility. Music and Movement also nurtures social and communication skills.

Gross Motor Games

Non-competitive games will be planned and students will be encouraged to participate in these sports including parachute games, bowling, hockey, and catch.

Parachute Games

Parachute games encourage cooperative, non-competitive play and reinforce turn-taking and sharing. Additionally, parachute play is one of the few gross motor activities that strengthens the upper torso.

Arts & Crafts

Our Arts & Crafts activities provide students with an opportunity to engage in self- expression while creating fun projects.

Outdoor Time

Whether engaging in water play, bubbles, trampoline, or moon bounce, Outdoor Time is the perfect opportunity to enjoy the sunshine.


Students get quite the workout during boot camp. They will have an opportunity to get in shape while building strength and confidence.

Musical Performances

Students will have an opportunity to listen to live guitar, drum and vocal performances. They will be able to dance and express themselves to fun tunes.

Drumming Lessons

Our drum instructor facilitates the use of drums and rhythm in a group setting. Drumming gives all children a voice as it allows non-verbal communication.

Sensory Play

This activity provides key sensory input. Over time, sensory play can help reduce both sensory seeking and avoidance behaviors. Common activities include tactile toys such as modeling clay, water play, and bouncing on a trampoline or yoga ball

Adaptable Basketball & Soccer

Regardless of basketball or soccer skill level, students will have fun shooting some hoops on height adjusted basketball nets. This will enhance success and motivate students to increase their skills. Students can also practice, kicking, passing and scoring goals. Our creative coaches break down concepts, use fun visuals and creative attention-grabbing games to teach the sport.

Enroll Your Child Today

To enroll your child in a camp and/or program, please go the Request A Service button and fill out the form.  We will contact you with the registration form(s). Spaces are limited so act quickly.

- Other Services -

How Can We Help?

Below is a list of our provider offerings. As you explore the options for the best service provider fit for your family, please feel free to contact us to discuss how we may be able to address your specific family needs.

Intensive Individual Support Services (IISS)

1:1 technicians work to implement treatment plan goals with your family.

Family Consulting

These dedicated professionals will support families in developing and implementing comprehensive treatments.

Respite Care

1:1 technicians work to implement treatment plan goals with your family.


Adult Life Planning (ALP) Services

Expert guidance for the transitioning youth preparing for life as an adult.

Self-Directed Services

CLCA is a vendor for SDS services, personal supports, community development services and respite care.

- Contact Us -

Get In Touch Today

Please navigate to our contact page and fill out the form with as many details as possible and we will get back to you in a timely manner.

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Changing Lives Of Children With Autism

Join Our CLCA Team

If you share our CLCA mission and our commitment to families with children and young adults with autism and developmental disabilities, we’d like to hear from you. Please review services pages to understand additional qualifications we seek in CLCA staff. 

All applicants must be 18+ years of age and are responsible for their own transportation to and from
a family’s home or community, as needed, for the client’s treatment plan.