CLICK@Queen's: Summer AT Camp

Summer AT camp for students entering grade 8 and 9


Connect, Learn, Identify, Change, Know

CLICK@Queen's is a 3-day program developed from RARC's Successful Transition from Elementary to Post-Secondary Transition (STEPS) Program. Students attending CLICK@Queen's will receive adaptive technology training, gain self-knowledge, play games and have fun! CLICK@Queen's also includes parent/guardian programming on the final day.

This new program is for students going into Grade 8 and 9 with neurodevelopmental conditions affecting learning (including learning disabilities and ADHD). The goal is to assist students and families with making a successful transition from elementary to secondary school and beyond. 

Date and Location

July 17-19, 2023 from 9am - 3:30pm

Queen's University Campus in Kingston, Ontario


The program cost is $200.

Lunch is included for the students.


  • Student is going into Grade 8/9
  • Previously diagnosed with learning disability and/or ADHD or have a history that strongly suggests a relevant disability
  • Have impairments in academic achievement 

Want to Apply?

Please complete all components of the application package linked below.  Applications will be screened before being accepted. Payment is made after acceptance is offered. 

*Registration is now closed. If you would like to be considered for the waitlist, please email 

CLICK@Queen's Application Package

Registration is now closed. If you would like to be considered for the waitlist, please email

A Note on Queen’s COVID-19 Vaccination Policy

At this time, proof of vaccination and masking is not required to attend most in-person activities at Queen’s, including CLICK@Queen's programming. The university may reinstate its Policy Regarding Mandatory Vaccination Requirements for In-Person Activities, if the local public health environment changes or if government mandates or public health recommendations restore proof of vaccination requirements. If the university does reinstate its Policy, CLICK@Queen's participants who cannot provide satisfactory proof of vaccination could find their ability to participate in activities restricted or discontinued. Please contact our team at if you have any questions.

Contact Information

For more information, please contact Candice Daiken, at: (preferred) 

  (613) 533-6000 ext. 74512

  (613) 533-6564

Completed registration packages can be sent by fax, via email or dropped off in person. For confidentiality reasons, electronic packages should be password protected or sent via a secure portal such as SecureDocs to Packages can be dropped off in-person to RARC during work hours (8:30am-12pm or 1pm-4:30pm, Monday-Friday). Please do not leave packages unattended outside of RARC's office.