Our inclusive summer camp for neurodiverse children in Grades K through 7 focuses on teaching social emotional skills through each student’s interests and strengths. We are neurodiverse affirming and provide a safe, supportive space for all campers. Our highly trained staff create an environment that encourages exploration and growth, while fostering friendships and memories that last a lifetime. Join us this summer to experience the magic of our camp!

FAQs

Frequently Asked Questions

Yes, our camp is designed to be inclusive and accommodate children with a wide range of needs and disabilities. We offer a 4:1 child to adult ratio of support, plus 1:1 support for those who require it.

Safety and well-being are our top priorities. Our staff members are trained to provide a supportive and nurturing environment for all children. Additionally, our low child to adult ratio ensures that each child receives the attention and supervision they need. Many of our staff are trained in the Low Arousal approach.

Our program offers a variety of activities that cater to different interests and abilities, including engaging games, exciting technology, and creative arts and crafts. All activities are designed to be inclusive and accessible to children of all abilities.

Yes, our staff members are trained to work with children with diverse needs. We have a team of experienced Education Assistants and Behaviour Interventionists lead by a Board Certified Behaviour Analyst who specialize in providing support and accommodations for children with varying abilities.

Our staff members are trained in first aid and CPR, and we have procedures in place to handle medical emergencies. We also work closely with parents to ensure that we are aware of any medical conditions or special requirements that their child may have.

Yes, we are committed to providing accommodations and modifications to ensure that all children can fully participate in camp activities. Our staff members work closely with parents to identify any necessary accommodations and make sure that they are implemented.

We promote a culture of acceptance and inclusivity at our camp. Through team-building activities, cooperative games, and group discussions, we encourage campers to celebrate their differences and embrace diversity.

We provide opportunities for campers to work together, collaborate, and form meaningful connections with one another. Through structured activities and free play, campers have the chance to develop friendships that can last a lifetime.

We provide daily communication to parents throughout the camp session. Parents are encouraged to reach out to our staff with any questions or concerns, and we are always available to address any issues that may arise.

Yes, Autism Funding covers the cost of our summer camp. While you do not require Request to Pay (RTP) approval prior to the camp start date, we request that your RTP has been submitted. 

Still have questions?

Don’t hesitate to contact us with any additional questions or concerns you may have.