Outdoors for All runs inclusive Day Camps throughout the summer and also through winter and spring school breaks. For some children, especially those on the autism spectrum, it can be difficult to find a camp that is a good fit.
Through Outdoors for All’s camps, however, many children are able to thrive with the support of camp counselors, volunteers and other camp children.
“It is sometimes awkward for Joe to make friends, so his friendship with Roger is especially nice. Joe and Roger talk on the phone at least weekly!”
-Ken Brettmann, Father of Outdoors for All participant, Joe Brettmann
“Outdoors for All has been a great resource for our family for the past 3 years! It had been a challenge finding an appropriate summer camp for our son (who is on the Autism spectrum) until he got into [Outdoors for All]. He thoroughly enjoys going to the camp every week and looks forward to the experience. It has helped him discover new activities and forces him to be active – both of which are very important for someone who typically prefers his iPad. Last year we included his twin brother in a one of the camps and he loved it so much he asked to participate in more camps this summer! “
-David Kaufer, Father of Outdoors for All participant, Stone Kaufer