Camp ABA is Enrolling Now!

Our ABA summer camp is back and enrollment has started! Summer camp offers kids an opportunity to participate in fun activities like shelter building, camp crafts and more while receiving ABA therapy. They will be able to make friends, learn new skills, play in groups, and gain independence in a truly natural environment. This summer’s group of campers will be the first to experience everything that our new building expansion has to offer including a water room, art room, music room, indoor park, and custom dietary lunches made by our professional chef. Sign your child up today!

 Call 248-486-3636 or

Learn more at: Camp ABA – Oxford Recovery Center

Come To Our Grand Opening!

Grand Opening

The expansion here at Oxford Recovery Center is well on its way to completion. We’re almost ready to celebrate! Chef Joe will be teaching cooking classes for specialty diets, Dr. Kiran will be on hand to teach you why your DNA is important and how it affects your health, and our physical therapists will show you how to maintain a healthy body through movement. Take a tour through our new water room, art room, music room, indoor park, full working village, and many other areas. There will be fun activities for the kids too, so bring the whole family!

Join Us For The Celebration!

Saturday, June 11th – 11 am – 3 pm

Oxford Kids Foundation Golf Classic

Golf Classic

Registration is Open!

Silent Auction

Opens Saturday, July 9th at 12 pm

Closes July 15th at the Completion of the Event Dinner

Golf Classic

Fox Hills Golf and Banquet Center in Plymouth

Friday, July 15th, Shotgun Start at 9:04 am

18 Holes of Golf with Cart

Hot Dog, Pop, and Chips at the Turn

Dinner Buffet After the Round

Gather your foursome and spend the day out on the course, or log in online and bid on some great auction items. All proceeds go to Oxford Kids Foundation to help families in need pay for therapies not covered by their insurance. 

Golf Classic is capped at 36 teams, so register now!

Register at: OKFGolf2022.givesmart.com

or by texting OKFGolf2022 to 76278

Therapeutic Outdoor Activities

With the warmer months in Michigan approaching and the constant teasing of nicer weather, there are great opportunities to think about what outdoor activities can be of great benefit for child development. Our parks, schools, playgrounds, and backyards can provide safe environments for the outdoor play we need, but how can we as parents or caregivers provide the “just-right challenge” to better stimulate learning and skill development?

If your child is struggling with handwriting, have them use a large stick in the sand or a chalk wand on the sidewalk to draw and trace letters, numbers, and shapes. Along with that, draw and build an “obstacle course” together to work on hopping, skipping, climbing, and balance. I am also a strong advocate for organized sports and the countless benefits they can provide for physical, social, and emotional development. Even if it is just learning the foundational skills of throwing, catching, and kicking a ball, sports should not be overlooked. The spring and summer months should provide good opportunities to sign up for various leagues for all age groups.

There are many things that can be done outdoors with family and friends.  Nature walk bingo and scavenger hunts are wonderful outdoor activities. Helping with simpler yardwork or outdoor chores are also fantastic things to do together. Planting and caring for a small vegetable garden can provide great opportunities for learning responsibility and even some future cooking tasks.

Obviously, this is not an exhaustive list, and I am no stranger to the internet and the nearly infinite resources it provides. I encourage you to take advantage of your preferred search engine for further ideas on spring and summer outdoor fun. 

-Reggie Kehoe,  OTD –  Occupational Therapist, Brighton

Click Here To learn about our Occupational Therapy Program.

Whitmore Lake Road Construction

Whitmore Lake Rd. will be southbound only between Lee Rd. and Silver Lake Rd. for the next few months, but the Brighton location will remain open and accessible.  You can get to us from Maltby Rd., or by taking the Lee Rd. traffic circle to southbound Whitmore Lake Rd. Please call the front desk if you have trouble with the detour and we would be happy to give you additional directions.



Interested in Oxford’s Unique Approach to Healing?

To learn more or to schedule a no-fee Discovery Session

call 248-486-3636


fill out the form below