SST3 Summer and Beyond Directory

Welcome to the

2022 Summer and Beyond Online Directory

State Support Team Region 3 (SST3) offers the 2022 Summer and Beyond Directory as a resource to parents, family members, and school district/community school personnel about extended opportunities around the Cuyahoga County area. Each school year SST3 collaborates with local agencies, camps, and community partners around summer activities for students with disabilities. Many of those agencies and organizations offer continued academic skill-building, therapeutic and social-emotional supports throughout the year to assist students with disabilities to become independent and self-sufficient.

Click on the table of contents listed in the upper left-hand corner of this page or at the bottom of this page. Some agencies and camps are still deciding what they will be doing for the year. We will continue to have rolling updates between March and April 2022. Please continue to check back if you do not find what you are looking for.

In a non-pandemic year, SST3 would host a face-to-face event where families and educators could talk directly with a representative about their agency and organization or camp. SST3 hopes to reunite with everyone in February 2023. Please visit our website for more information.

Click on the video to the right for an overview of the 2022 Summer and Beyond Directory and website.

Click here for the Spanish translation of the video script.


You may view and print a .pdf version of the Summer and Beyond Directory by clicking on the arrow in the image.

Disclaimer - this version of the directory is current as of 2/25/22. Information submitted after this date will be updated on the website, but not in the pdf version.

The information in this directory is meant to be used as a reference and should not be considered comprehensive or an endorsement of any program or product. We do not make recommendations concerning the quality of these programs and strongly encourage readers to call the contact persons listed for clarification and explanation of their programs.

You may also contact your local community recreation departments, schools, county library branches, YMCA, YWCA, Scouts of America, Boys and Girls Club of America, and local cultural arts and entertainment centers for additional programs or activities.