FUSE Camp is a special place where children can connect with peers and counselors while developing social skills through outdoor games, collaborative activities, weekly group performances and spirited celebrations!


Our unique small ratio hands on approach provides campers with an environment conducive to learning life long skills in play and problem solving while building meaningful relationships with friends for a summer to remember.


Camp groups are for children aged 3-8 years of age (must be potty trained).

To participate in FUSE Camp your child needs to have had participated in a FUSE Program activity previously. If you are interested in your child attending camp and are not a client of FUSE please contact Lauren Weeks for an intake evaluation at lauren@fuseprogram.com or by phone at (781) 658-3009.

Dates and Times

June 26th-August 3rd
no camp on July4th*



Campers must enroll for the entire six weeks of summer.


The cost for six weeks of summer camp is $4,650.

Payment is required upfront.  You will receive an invoice that can be submitted to your insurance for any reimbursement your specific insurance company may provide. We do not accept insurance as payment but will assist in your reimbursement efforts.

Sample Summer Camp Schedule

9:30 – 9:45 Welcome and open morning play
9:45 – 10:00 Group circle and activity (connection games or taking turns being the leader)
10:00 – 10:30  Snack with a focus on social conversation among the group.
10:30 – 11:00 Collaborative art or themed pretend play
11:00 – 11:20 Outside facilitated game (ex. octopus tag, partner relay)
11:20 – 11:45 Outside free play on playground
11:50 – 12:30 Lunch with focus on social conversation
12:30 – 1:00 Practice and prepare for community event
1:00 – 1:35 Water game (ex. water obstacle course, pass the cup to fill the bucket)
1:35 – 2:10 Water play (on waterslides or on dry side with water tables)
2:10-2:30 Goodbye circle and highlight memories from the day

img_2329FUSE  Summer Camp Excitement:
⋅ Water slides!
⋅Theme based special guest visitors like magicians, veterinarians, the New England aquarium
⋅Walking field trips to the movie theater and trip to a local park!


Parents will receive daily email updates with photos of the group’s activities from their child’s counselor to use as a conversation piece and develop experience sharing with their child. Counselors will also send home progress notes in the middle and at the end of the session. Progress notes will outline individual goals for each camper and highlight skills and strategies worked on throughout the summer.

Example Activities

Collaborative Art – Sea Animal

  • Group brainstorm different sea animals
  • what body parts different animals have
  • each child adds a body part to create new and different animal as a group

Community Event – Hawaiian Luau!

  • Each camper creates a move to teachers others in the group and join together to make group dance
  • Create costume for the luau or a Hawaiian background scenery
  • Make up a song together and sing as a group

Pretend Play – Beach Theme

  • Use towels and items in the room to create a beach play scene
  • Act out ideas what we do at the beach
  • Pick different under water sea animals and act them out under the parachute