Welcome to SEC

The Social Enrichment Center was founded to support individuals, families, schools and community organizations. Our objective is to build children’s and adolescent’s self-confidence and social connectedness. SEC provides direct care to young people, utilizing evidence-based therapeutic and instructional strategies. Further, our team equips caregivers with developmentally appropriate skills and strategies to build children and adolescents’ social competencies.


2015 Summer Camps begin June 22nd

Registration and Enrollment begin February 1, 2015

We offer a variety of camps and programming options for a true summer camp experience.  Set your child up for a successful summer with our customized programs and flexible scheduling.

Contact our programming specialist Michelle@socialenrichmentcenter.com
to plan your child’s successful summer.

 


Summer Position for 2015: Part Time Special Education Teacher

Social Enrichment Center is looking for a Certified Special Education teacher to join our summer staff.  We are looking for someone to work with Elementary through High School children to continue their academic growth through the summer months. The summer position will require: IEP goal implementation, progress reporting/ recording, compile summer data into summary report for individual school districts, and lesson planning for individual and small group sessions.  Hours are Monday-Thursday 8:30-2:30 from June 22- July 31st.

Qualified and interested applicants should email Lauren@socialenrichmentcenter.com with their resume.

 


Now Available at SEC: Cogmed

Cogmed  is an evidence-based, computerized training program designed by leading neuroscientists to improve attention by effectively increasing working memory capacity over a five-week training period.  The program challenges the user’s working memory capacity. Working memory is a function of the brain that helps us temporarily store and manage the information required to carry out complex cognitive tasks such as learning, reasoning and comprehension. Working memory keeps information in the mind for a short time, typically for a few seconds, in order to use that information for thinking. The computerized, cognitive exercises are designed by neuroscientists to target this key cognitive function that has been proven to be fundamental to executive function and attention. The details of the exercise design allow the program to be very focused and yet provide slight variations.  For further information about Cogmed, please visit  cogmed.com or contact michelle@socialenrichmentcenter.com