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Camp Clover

After careful consideration Atlantic Visiting Nurse has made the difficult decision to suspend the traditional summer residential Camp Clover 2020.  While we understand this is disappointing, the decision was made in the best interest of the children and volunteers who are entrusted in our care. 

We are collaborating with Good Grief who is offering a free virtual Grief expressions camp in place of our traditional camp for this year.

This virtual camp experience provides kids with the unique opportunity to tap into their creativity and imagination that encourages true self-expression.  

Dates:  July 15 - August 20, 2020

Time:  Workshops will be offered on varying days and times to accommodate many schedules. After registration, you will receive a link to confirm participation in each workshop throughout the summer.

Details:  Workshops will be held virtually. Campers need access to a computer, tablet, or device that they can join the workshop on. Supplies for all workshops will be items campers can find at home and details will be provided in advance of all workshops.

Age:  Camp is open to children in 1st – 8th grades who have experienced the death of someone important in their life (campers do not need to be Good Grief participants).

For more details, or to register >

For a week each summer, Atlantic Visiting Nurse - Hospice sponsors a free, bereavement day camp designed to help children and teens in grades one through eight cope with the loss of someone close to them.

Children clapping at Camp Clover bereavement camp

Camp Clover combines traditional summer camp programs – such as swimming, sports, and arts and crafts – with grief education and emotional support. Our trained staff and volunteers foster a safe, healthy environment where children can share their feelings and personal stories with peers. In doing so, they realize they’re not alone and build confidence, self-esteem and coping skills that last a lifetime.

Bus transportation and nutritious lunches and snacks are provided.

A porcelain heart cupped in two hands.

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