Somos Iguales Summer Camp: An inclusive camp full of fun and learning

Somos Iguales Summer Camp: An inclusive camp full of fun and learning

By: Yarimar Marrero Rodríguez

The registration process for our camp "Somos Iguales Summer Camp" has already opened and we talked with Alexandra Ortiz Mendoza, coordinator of the camp in previous years and the current coordinator, Sofía López Figueroa to tell them why enjoying spending time at SER de Puerto Rico is an excellent alternative for your children.

Since 2001, our organization has carried out a summer camp whose main objective is to provide parents of children with or without physical or mental disabilities, a safe and inclusive place to play, have fun and learn.

In the "Somos Iguales Summer Camp" our campers will not only be able to enjoy recreational activities such as crafts, dance classes, games, sports and excursions, but also have a therapeutic approach to develop learning skills through various workshops with special guests.

As if this were not enough, the campers who are part of the "Somos Iguales Summer Camp" will have personalized treatment since each registered child will have a person who will be in charge of their needs.

In our organization we have excellent physical facilities for the enjoyment of all children, which include a swimming pool, basketball court, internal school cafeteria, air conditioning in all classrooms, and a nursing service.

The camp will last 3 weeks, from June 12 to 30, 2023, from 8:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m.

You can now enroll your children from 4 to 10 years old by writing an email to [email protected] and for registration they only have to pay a deposit of $50 that will be discounted from the total price, $350.00.

It's going to be a summer full of fun and learning!



Free breakfast and lunch provided by School Canteens of the Department of Education.

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