Camp For All: A Camp in Texas for Asperger’s Syndrome Patients
Each adult and child deserves the opportunity to feel free to express themselves and fully participate in life’s greatest joys. Camp For All provides a safe, barrier-free environment in our Asperger’s Syndrome camp in Texas for that reason. Through our universally adaptive programming and intentional use of the 206 acres of abundant nature, we have created the perfect space for individuals with special needs or challenging illnesses to be themselves and discover life.
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We work with over 65 not-for-profit organizations across the country to support the participation of over 11,000 campers annually. Our depth of experience enables us to support multiple challenges including dietary restrictions so that each camper feels valued and supported. Parents and caregivers rest easy while their children are away at the summer camp for children with Asperger’s Syndrome.
Expertly trained staff members, innovative programming and intentionally designed facilities set the foundation for life-changing experiences and deep emotional healing. And since fun and play should never end after adolescence, we also offer summer camp for adults with Asperger’s Syndrome!
We strive not only for accessibility, but for a barrier-free environment. It’s this focus that allows children and adults with special needs to enjoy the experience just like their able-bodied peers. Examples of this barrier-free focus include:
- Easily adaptable programming to accommodate different mobility, emotional or learning capabilities
- 8-foot wide wheelchair accessible sidewalks
- A sloping pathway to the pool with a special lift
- Ramps and various special saddles for horseback riders
- Large, accessible showers and restrooms
- Low beds with wide space in cabins
It is the attention to detail and the dedication to inclusion that makes all of our campers feel welcomed and comfortable while away from home.
I had a seizure at Camp. When I got through it, I said, ‘I guess I have to go home, now. And they said, No….Let’s go to archery!’ It made me realize that I wasn’t defined by having epilepsy.
Find Out How to Register for Asperger’s Syndrome Summer Camp in Texas
If you are interested in registering your child for summer camp for children with Asperger’s Syndrome, please contact us today. You can call our office at 979-289-3752 or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.