Student Seminars 

Students will participate in seminars each week educating them about screen time’s affects on brain development and how to manage it when they return home. Parents will receive a copies of the following books upon registration: Digital Vortex Survival Guide: Behaviors, Digital Media, and the Brain, Virtual Child: The Terrifying Truth About What Technology is Doing to Children, Seduced: The Grooming of America’s Teenagers, Hooked on Games, and Reset Your Child’s Brain.


Student Curriculum: Digital Vortex Survival Guide
Speakers: Julie Doan RN and Christie Walsh

Campers will receive this workbook and complete it during their stay at camp. They will have weekly meetings and discussions over each chapter.

  • Brain Development

  • Stay Sober and Alert

  • Reward Pathway

  • Brain Pruning

  • Stress Management

  • Unplug for Better Health


Seminar: Teen Tech Talk
Speaker: Cris Rowan, BScOt, BScBi, SIPT

  • How overuse affects your daily physical, mental, academic performance

  • Balancing screen time to achieve well-being

  • Life-long physical consequences of too much screen time

  • Practical ways to manage healthy technology usage


Seminar: The Love Trap
Speaker: Opal Singleton, President and CEO of Million Kids

  • Who is at risk?

  • Behaviors that make you a target for predators

  • Why self-worth is more important than you think

  • How to stay safe