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Camp for 2-12 year old children 


In our new unique space in Bluffton!

 "Summer Breakers" is an 8 week camp offering many time options to meet your needs. that is designed to help children have fun while maintaining a consistent schedule while school is out, This camp will allow children so many unique opportunities to interact with peers, explore a variety of fine and sensory motor based games, utilize our gym equipment and role play in our indoor community! 
All parents need a respite and all kids need to have fun!!!!
Our professionals will meet the needs of each child.
All children 2-12 years old are welcome.
Limitless Pediatric Solutions is so excited to bring this unique summer camp to the families of the Lowcountry since Summer Break 2017. Allow your kids an opportunity to keep a routine and allow your self to have a break!
This group was created by, Janine Bickham who is currently an Occupational Therapist for the Beaufort County School District. Her dream is to provide a safe and nurturing environment where ALL children can enjoy fun experiences, skill building, a sense of community and lasting friendships.
Children with developmental disabilities, physical and mental health challenges or other impairments are welcome to join in with their typical peers and siblings.
Summer Breakers is about learning skills, mastering old skills and enjoying the process. Few environments are as special as Summer Breakers Camp.


  • Socialization- Music with Breakers team building

  • Academics-Topic of the day, letters, shapes, days of the week., weather etc.

  • Gross Motor- Sensory Motor play time  (new gym and indoor community)

  • Snack

  • Fine Motor- Arts & Crafts, handwriting with skill building activities (strengthening Play Doh, putty and games with manipulatives for finger dexterity) derived from Handwriting Without Tears Program

  • Sensory Play- Exploration with a variety of sensations (swings, trampolines, sand box, water beads, movement, balls, weighted blanket rolls, calming room)

  • Lunch

  • Gross Motor- Dancing, Brain Gym and Yoga to promote Balance, Coordination and Timing

  • Fine Motor- Arts & Crafts, handwriting skill building activities derived from Handwriting Without Tears Program

  • Sensory Preferences- “I tried it”- Using The Alert/How Does Your Engine Run Program we will explore with a variety of vestibular, tactile, proprioceptive, sights, Sounds and Tastes sensations daily to see if they “like it” 

  • Snack

  • Socialization- Music with Breakers team building