Develop friendships  • Use public transportation • Build simple cooking skills • Improve money skills • Exercise • Fun

Camp Can Do is a summer day camp for kids on the autism spectrum, ages 12-18.  Our fun filled days help keep kids in a routine that can make the transition back to school much easier. Traditional camp activities will be led by trained staff and will incorporate a variety of life skills in a fun learning environment. Monday – Thursday:  The day will be split into activities that include sports & games,  mad science (fun experiments), arts & crafts, life skills, cooking and special guests.  Built into these activities will be ways kids can earn camp dollars to spend at the camp store at the end of each week. Fridays:  Field trip day.  Campers and staff will use Access Johnson County to visit area attractions that might include bowling, roller skating and Urban Air Adventure Park.

Week 1: June 11-15, 2018

Week 2:  June 18-22, 2018

Week 3: June 25-29, 2018

Camp times are Monday-Friday, 9am-4pm and is located at the Whiteland High School.  Before and after care is not provided.

To attend Camp Can Do, campers must be independent in toileting, have basic communication skills to convey wants and needs, able to sit at a table for group activity for 10-15 minutes, must NOT be a flight risk and must not have significant behavior issues.  Our camper to counselor ratio is 3:1. Unfortunately, we can’t support campers who receive or require 1:1 support.

We will do our best to accommodate your child’s needs.  However, in the interest of safety, we reserve the right to decline admission if specialized care is necessary beyond our staff’s capabilities.

 For more information contact

Amanda Cooper at (317) 409-8372


Camper Application 2018

2018 Camp Can Do Flyer



  Camp Can Do is accepting applications for Camp Staff positons.

Additional information is available by downloading the

 2018 Staff Application  

or by contacting Emily Behnke at