Camp to Enrich Oral Language and Literacy Acquisition (CEOLLA)
CEOLLA is a language and literacy program for preschoolers ages three to five. The camp focuses on speech, receptive and expressive language development and pre-literacy skills. The pre-literacy skills taught include alphabet knowledge, letter-sound correspondence phonemic awareness, shared reading/writing and social thinking skills. Campers are taught by graduate students studying speech-language pathology and undergraduate students pursuing speech-language pathology assistant certification.
Dates and Times: Group sessions occur Monday to Thursday from 9 to 11:30 a.m. Please contact the clinic for information about upcoming sessions.
Location: Pediatric Communication Clinic, Community Services Building, 200 E. Curry Rd., Suite 146
Ages/grades: Preschoolers ages three to five
Cost: $400 per semester
Notes: HIPAA rules may apply.
To learn more and register, contact the ASU Speech and Hearing Clinic.