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A day at Our Aspergers Summer Camp Iowa Parents Trust 

Looking for a summer camp for children diagnosed with Aspergers syndrome? Look no further and come and visit our educational Aspergers summer camp Iowa families love! Discover how a day at our camp goes!

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A Day at Our Educational Aspergers Summer Camp Iowa Teens Choose

We start our day with a typical morning routine that includes cleaning the cabin and taking care of ourselves. We teach campers the importance of personal hygiene in the morning and before they go to bed.

Once we are done with cleaning, we all prepare for a delicious breakfast. All meals are prepared by chefs. Each meal is carefully prepared with the children’s nutritional needs and preferences in mind, and we make sure every day to eat a different meal.

After we are done with breakfast, we have a morning meeting where we talk about the programs, activities, and games for the day. We usually divide the campers into two groups – a camp-based group and an adventure-based group. The first group is recommended for children who are beginners or belong to the children group (campers from age 6 to 13), while the second group is for more adventurous and experienced campers.

Regardless of the group your child is in, we can ensure that they will have fun in either one. There is absolutely no difference in these two groups. We supervise both groups and always make sure the safety of the children is maintained. The only difference is in the activities and games we organize.

Once we are done with the morning activities, we have another meeting where we share our experiences. After the meeting, we all enjoy a delicious lunch and discuss our day.

After lunch, we split up the groups again and continue with our activities. Our Aspergers summer camp Iowa families trust is an ideal place for your child as we organize different activities and games each day. Our goal is for campers to experience real camp adventures.

In the afternoon, we have our last meeting for the day and then enjoy dinner. After dinner, we do our nighttime routine and prepare for bed.

Come and Visit the Camp

If your child is interested in our summer camp and wants to meet new friends, come and visit our camp!

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