Aspergers Camp Alabama

An Experience your child will always love at Our Aspergers Camp Alabama Teens Choose

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Aspergers Camp Alabama

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There are thousands of summer camps offering the same experience, but our camp is different than the others.

Our camp provides unique and customized camp programs designed for children, teens, and young adults diagnosed with Aspergers Syndrome. Not only, are we the best in teaching children important life skills, but we are the best in improving children’s’ confidence and getting them out of their comfort zone. This method helps children to grow socially and learn how work well with others.

The camp program at our Aspergers camp Alabama teens love includes two groups: on-campus and off-campus.

On-Campus Schedule:

  • 07:00 – 7:30 – Typical Morning Routine: Personal Hygiene and Cabin Cleanup
  • 08:15 – Morning Group Meeting
  • 08:30 – Healthy Breakfast
  • 09:45 – Morning Activities
  • 12: 30 – Lunch Time
  • 13:30 – Downtime
  • 14:40 – Afternoon Activities
  • 17:30 – Dinner Time
  • 18:45 – Evening Activities
  • 20:15 – Evening Group Meeting
  • 20:30 – Typical Nighttime Routine
  • 21:30 – Time for Bed

Our Aspergers camp Alabama families love offers a chance for children to learn new exciting skills and experience adventure activities. Campers learn communication skills, social skills, and wilderness skills, They have instruction on how to read maps, row canoes, set up traps, and accomplish various tasks.

Off-Campus Schedule:

  • 07:00 – Typical Morning Routine: Personal Hygiene and Cabin Cleanup
  • 08:00 – Morning Group Meeting
  • 08:15 – 09:15 – Healthy Breakfast
  • 09:30 – Head Out
  • 12: 00 – 13:00 Lunch Time
  • 13:30 – Head Out
  • 16:00– Dinner Group Meeting
  • 17:30 – Dinner Time
  • 18:15 – Evening Activities
  • 20:30 – Typical Nighttime Routine
  • 21:30 – Time for Bed

The off-campus group differentiates from the on-campus group in that when campers are off the camp they usually focus on one activity only such as rock climbing, backpacking, canoeing, and etc.

We ensure you that our camp is the ideal place for your child diagnosed with Aspergers syndrome. Visit us, we can create so many memories together!

Contact us to learn more 828.697.6313

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