READY FOR AN AWESOME SUMMER?? Talisman Programs offer exceptional camps for young people, ages 6 to 22, with autism spectrum disorders, ADHD and other learning differences. Since 1980, our ACA-accredited autism and Aspergers summer camp programs have been delivering unique alternatives to ordinary summer camps. Our progressive adventure programs help our campers build success while increasing social skills, a sense of personal responsibility and a more positive self-image.
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Over 30 years of Amazing Summers for Children on the Spectrum
Every year Talisman campers return to our amazing location in Western North Carolina to build friendships, gain confidence, and make lasting memories. We would love to speak with you and your family. Our summer sessions do fill up so contacting us early in the year is best.
We offer a wide variety of traditional summer camp activities along with specialty programming for kids with Autism, Aspergers, and ADHD. The difference between Talisman Camps and traditional camps is that we understand Spectrum kids, teens, and young adults. We have a depth of knowledge traditional summer camps do not have along with a passion for helping ASD families work on social skills. Check out what our families have to say about the work we do in the video below.
Join us this summer, contact us today!
Summer is starting to fill up!
The following programs have reached capacity:
Session 1- Quest is at capacity
Session 2- Tri-Adventures is at capacity
Session 3- Quest is at capacity
Session 3- Tri-Adventures is at capacity
Aspergers Summer Camp, why does this matter for your child?
Aspergers summer camps are a type of specialty summer camps focused on helping Adolescents, Teenagers, and Young Adults enjoy a traditional summer camp experience while offering staff trained to specifically work with Aspergers families and a diagnosis specific curriculum that encourages socialization, skills development, and fun. The success of Talisman type programs has led the way for growth and encouragement in ways traditional camps may not provide for Aspergers families.