Day Camp

Day Camp Registration Is Closed!

Every day at Spectrum Day Camp is focused on positively influencing others. Our summer camp experience strives to make a difference in the lives of everyone: campers, families, volunteers, experienced staff and our local community.

Our approach to the summer camp experience is anchored by our core social skills curriculum, which outlines the skills, that campers are exposed to each and every day.

The purpose of Spectrum Day Camp extends far beyond simply having FUN. Fun is just one of the many intended results of intentional camp programing.

Everything we do at Spectrum Day Camp is intentional, and guided by our core philosophy and mission. From how activities are facilitated, to how we communicate with campers, to how staff members interact with one another – it all has a purpose.

We train our volunteers and staff how to teach, communicate and think within the intentional camp framework. Staff members are educational and medical professionals who understand and have been trained in the characteristics of and research based strategies used for persons affected by Autism/Asperger’s. Our camp staff is skilled in creating a structured and supportive environment that fosters the positive social and life skills of each camper who attends day camp.

Spectrum Camp and Clubs' intentional approach to the summer camp experience provides children with a real-world, real-life experiential program that promotes the development of social and life skills.

There will be 6 sessions of Day Camp this summer. Session 1-2 at First Baptist Church of Duluth, Duluth and Sessions 3-6 at Church on Main in Snellville. 9:30 am to 3 pm

  • Session 1: June 3-7 - Ocean Odyssey. We're going on a summer trip to explore the Ocean!
  • Session 2: June 10-14 - Around the World in 5 days. Where will you go?
  • Session 3: June 17-21 - It's a Bird, It's a Plane, no wait it's a Spectrum Superhero!
  • Session 4: June 24-28 - Spectrum's Zootopia - we're going on a safari!
  • Session 5: July 1-3  - Home of the Brave (Mini Session)
  • Session 6: July 8-12 - Aloha Summer and Hawaiian Luau. If you went to an Hawaiian luau what would you see and do?

COST: Spectrum Day Camp - $400 per week | Mini Session $300

Payment Options Day Camp

1. Payment in Full (this includes a 25% non-refundable deposit after May 15)

2. 25% non-refundable deposit (after May 15), with monthly installment payments on your credit card.

When enrolling in the installment plan, a deposit will be charged to your credit card on the date registration is submitted. The remaining balance will be automatically charged to your credit card account on the fifth of each subsequent  month. The last payment will be June 1, 2024.

• 2 weeks of camp = $790
• 25% deposit = $197.50
• Balance = $592.50 divided in equal installments.

3. 25% refundable deposit when using a 3rd party funding source.

This option is ONLY for campers that have a PRE-APPROVED funding source (i.e. NOW/COMP, Family Support). charges a $5.30 non-refundable registration fee for each session.

For additional information, please email

Thank you to our supporters!

 Day Camp Job Opportunities

Camp Summer Staff Wanted

What We Need?

We are in need of highly motivated and excited staff to work our summer camp
programs in gwinnett (6 weeks). A variety of positions are available including
Jr. Counselors (highschool students), Parapros, and Group Leads.

What Is Social Skills Today?

Social Skills Today provides social skills programs for youth and adults with communication, sensory integration, social interaction, and behavioral needs in Gwinnett county. Our purpose is to provide respite opportunities for families of individuals with developmental disabilities such as autism spectrum disorders and other social, communication, sensory, and behavioral needs through the avenues of summer camp programs, school year mini school break camps and social skills groups, and overnight camps. It is our goal to provide social skills training, behavioral accommodations, and language-building activities in a safe and enriching environment for individuals functioning at all developmental levels ages four and above.

Hours, Pay, And Other Important Information:

-Camp hours for Staff are 9:00am-3:30pm, Monday-Friday.
-Full summer and partial summer opportunities available.
-Staffers are independent contractors with pay ranging from $350 - $600 per week.
-Groups are based on ability and age with 8-10 campers / 2-3 staffers.

Locations and Dates:

Day Camps
Weeks 1 - 2:
June 3-7, 2024
June 10-14, 2024

First Baptist Duluth
2908 Duluth hwy.
Duluth, GA 30096

Weeks 3 - 6:
June 17 - 21
June 24 - 28
July 1 - 3
July 8 – 12

Church on Main
2400 Main Street E.,
Snellville, GA 30078

Camp Journey
June 15-21

Camp Twin Lakes in Winder, Georgia

Day  Camp Registration Opens Jan. 1

Camp Journey weekend and weeklong registration now open!

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Weeks 1-2 of day camp to be held at First Baptist Church of Duluth, 2908 Duluth Hwy, Duluth, Ga

Weeks 3-6 will be held at Church on Main in Snellville, GA, 2400 Main Street Snellville, GA 30078

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