Camelot Therapeutic Day School of Bourbonnais
THERAPEUTIC DAY SCHOOL
The Camelot of Bourbonnais School provides academic instruction and therapy for children and adolescents ages 3 through 21 with extraordinary needs. Student Enrollment Form »
Executive Director:Nicole Davenport
Director of Education:Patrice Babicz
Clinical Director:Andrea Baldwin
Operations Director:Aaron Juarez
Year Began as Camelot School:2008
Age Range of Students:3 to 21
School Hours:8:30 AM – 2:30 PM
57 South to Manteno exit 322, turn right and go to Route 45 and turn left. Take Route 45 for 6 miles to Bourbonnais and the school will be on your left.
57 North to Bourbonnais exit 315, turn right onto Route 50 and go to Armour Road and turn right. Take Armour Road 1.5 miles to Route 45 and turn right and the school will be on your right.
All Districts within 60 minute distance from our school, 28 districts are currently sending students to our program. Please call to check if we serve your district.
The Social and Emotional Disorder (SED) program offers supportive classrooms and a positive peer culture model for students with both externalizing and internalizing behaviors and conflicts. Camelot’s curriculum is aligned with each student’s home school district, enabling students to graduate with their peers. Our students work to understand/address their own challenges and encourage their peers through guided group interactions. The BRIDGE classrooms (Building Relationships, Independence and Development through Guidance and Education) provide an appropriate setting for high- functioning students with autism or related needs utilizing our social curriculum.
This program provides a low staff to student ratio for students with significant needs. Staff utilize evidenced- based practices tailoring each student’s educational experience based on their needs. Supports include: sensory integration activities/diets, Structured Teaching, ABA/Discrete Trial, PECS/augmentative communication, Adaptive PE, vocational training, functional academics curriculum and community based learning.
Our program provides an outstanding supportive environment for students with significant challenges. Please contact us with any questions regarding our program or student placeme
Autism Spectrum Disorders, Specific Learning Disabilities, Developmental Delay, Intellectual Disability, Multiple Disabilities, Emotional Disturbance, Hearing Impairment, Other Health Impairments
Social Work (individual, group and family sessions as needed), Speech/Language Therapy, Occupational Therapy, Vocational Training, Adaptive PE, Art Therapy, Pet Therapy.
- Daily progress monitoring for families
- Social skills curriculum
- Structured teaching
- Educational technology: computer lab, SMART Boards and
- Occupational therapy room
- 2 Sensory integration rooms hygiene/laundry room Teaching kitchen
- Please contact your school district Special Education Director/Coordinator to discuss Camelot School as a placement.
- Art Therapy, Music Therapy, Vocational Program, Behavior Analyst
- Coordination with Teachers and School Therapist to develop plan for home/school connection.
CAMELOT TDS OF BOURBONNAIS STUDENT QUOTE
We the Panthers of Buehrle are viewed as role-models. Therefore, we must carry ourselves with respect and confidence in order to set the right example for our peers.