TALISMAN PROGRAMS ADHD, AUTISM AND ASPERGERS CAMPS
Talisman Programs provide exceptional ADHD, autism and Aspergers camp opportunities for young people, ages 6 to 22, with autism spectrum disorders, ADHD and other learning differences. Since 1980, our ACA-accredited autism and Aspergers camp programs have been offering unique alternatives to ordinary summer camps. We provide a structured, nurturing environment within an exciting adventure program in which our campers can have a successful summer while increasing social skills, a sense of personal responsibility and a more positive self-image.
Camp season 2016! Enrollment is limited. Please contact us today at 855-588-8254 to ensure you can reserve your preferred dates.
A Summer Camp Experience. Parents choose Talisman’s ADHD, autism and Aspergers camps because they are looking for a traditional camp experience for their son or daughter in a safe, supportive and nurturing environment. Whichever program you choose or whatever the camper’s age, Talisman provides weeks of fun and friendship. Our owners and camp directors have decades of experience, and we have seen thousands of children, teens and young adults walk onto our campus and leave a few weeks later with memories and friendships to last a lifetime.
Programs are filling quickly!
There are still spaces available in Session 1, 2, 3 and 4!
Call today to find out more or sign up!!
The following programs have reached capacity:
Caves and climbing- ONE SPACE LEFT
Tri-Adventures – closed
During the off-season. The owners travel all over for conferences, appearances and camp fairs. Stop in, say hello and get to know them. We often hold get-togethers with former campers and their families when we travel, so give us a call or check out our blog to see where we are: talismanprograms.blogspot.com. If you have a young man aged 12-17, check out our new Semesters Program, enrolling soon for Fall 2016!
A personal relationship with every child. With our limited enrollment, Talisman’s ADHD, autism and Aspergers camps are able to maintain close personal contact with families from the admissions process throughout the summer and into the school year. Campers develop meaningful bonds with their counselors, and parents are kept informed by weekly phone contact and written summaries at the end of the summer. Many campers build on those relationships by returning year after year, strengthening our community as they continue to grow and benefit from it.
We are offering a Campership again this year. Our outreach has begun for donations so that we can increase our giving. For more information on this new initiative, click here.
Have a first-time camper with limited experience being away from home? Call and ask about our session just for them.