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Summer Day Camp for Children & Youth with Autism 2017

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CAMP SPECTRUM

Camp Spectrum, our Summer Day Camp for Children & Youth with Autism is a recreation program for children and youth on the Autism Spectrum between the ages of 5 and 25.  Each camper receives 1 to 1 support and activities are designed specifically with participants' needs and interests in mind.   All applicants must have an autism spectrum diagnosis or be awaiting an autism assessment.


Registration for CAMP Spectrum, the Valley's Summer Day Camp for Children & Youth with Autism will open this Wednesday, May 24th. at 9:00 am.!

Camp sessions:

July 3 to 7: Kingston & District School - ages 6 & up, 9:00am to 3:30pm, $200/week
 July 10 to 14: Annapolis East Elem., Middleton, ages 6 and up, 9:00am to 3:30pm, $200/week
 July 17 to 21: Hantsport Baptist Church, ages 6 and up, 9:00am to 3:30pm. $200/week
 July 24 to 28: Annapolis East Elem., Middleton, ages 6 and up, 9:00am to 3:30pm, $200/week
 July 31 to August 4: Aldershot Elem., Kentville, ages 4 to 7, 9:00am to 2:00pm, $150/week
 August 8 to 11: Autism Centre, Kingston, ages 3 to 6, 9:00am to 2:00pm, $125/week
 August 14 to 18: Aldershot Elementary, Kentville, ages 8 and up, 9:00am too 3:30pm, $200/week

To begin the registration process, please contact Sandy at annapolisvalley@autismns.ca.* and let us know the following:
 - your son or daughter's name and age
 - your 1st., 2nd. and 3rd. choice of camp sessions**

Registration will close on May 29th. at 4:00pm. At this point we will notify all those campers who have received spots and send out Profile forms to be completed. These forms will need to be returned by June 2nd. at 4:00pm. Payment will be due, in full, two weeks in advance of each camp session.

* Please EMAIL rather than phoning so that we are able to date-stamp registrations and allocate camp spots in a fair manner.

** We will do our best to accommodate families but if the number of registrants is high, which we expect it to be, campers may not get their first choice of session or may be restricted to a single session throughout the summer. Spots will be awarded on a first-come-first-serve basis and we expect them to go quickly so we encourage families to contact us without delay when registration opens May 24th.

Sponsors

  • Scotiabank-Middleton
  • KRock 89-3
  • Frank Spinney & Friends