Camelot Northwest Center for Autism
THERAPEUTIC DAY SCHOOL

OVERVIEW

NWCA provides academic and therapeutic services for children, adolescents and young adults, ages 3 through 21 with extraordinary needs including Autism, Multiple Disabilities, Emotional Disabilities, and Other Health Impairments. Student Enrollment Form »

School Districts Served: 9 Counties, 35 School Districts
Executive Director: Jennifer Johnson, M.E.L.
Principal: Niamh Welp
Best Transit Routes: 3 Miles off of Interstate 88 at Peace Road
Maximum Enrollment: 90
Year Began as Camelot School: 1999
Age Range of Students: 3 to 21
School Hours: 8:30 AM – 2:30 PM
Curriculum: Pearson Curriculum aligned to Common Core State Standards, PEAK, Life Centered Education (LCE) Vocational Curriculum, Touch Math, Handwriting Without Tears, Unique Learning, and additional supplemental materials
Parent Services:Biannual parent events

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Camelot Northwest Center for Autism (NWCA)
123 W. 1st Street
Genoa, IL 60135
Phone: 815-787-4144

Email: nwelp@cameloteducation.org

PROGRAMS FEATURES:

    • ABA
    • Adapted PE
    • Adult Prep Program including 12 off-site volunteer
      job sites
    • Assisted technology
    • Life Skills Education
    • Music therapy
    • Occupational therapy
    • PEAK
    • Pet therapy
    • Play Therapy
    • Sensory supports
    • Social skills
    • Special Olympics
    • Speech therapy
    • Visual supports
    • Vocational training

PARENT EDUCATION & GUIDANCE:

    • Parent Education and guidance

AMENITIES:

    • Library
    • Computer Lab
    • Technology Room
    • Comfort and Sensory Rooms
    • Full-sized Gym with Stage
    • Grooming Rooms and Kitchens
    • Mock apartment setting with bedroom, family room and kitchen
    • Adapted playground
    • Adaptive workshop
    • Use of DeKalb Park District Parks and Pool

CAMELOT NORTHWEST CENTER FOR AUTISM PARENT QUOTE

  • “I cannot thank you enough for encouraging participation, to see his smile when that medal went around his neck was priceless. We have never traveled as a family before, stayed in a hotel, or taken our son to a Denny’s. Here everyone was treated with respect. We all learned something this weekend.” (regarding participation in Special Olympics)

CAMELOT NORTHWEST CENTER FOR AUTISM PHOTO GALLERY

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