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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 13-19.  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 an area attraction and go out for lunch.

  • Week 1:   June 10
  • Week 2:  June 17
  • Week 3:  June 24

Camp times are Monday-Friday, 9am-4pm and is located at the Whiteland High School.  Before and after care is not provided.   Individuals who will benefit from Camp Can Do:

  • Enjoy and are successful in small group settings.  The camper to counselor ratio is 3:1.
  • Are able to participate in group activities for 10-15 minutes.
  • Possess communication skills to express wants and needs.
  • Are independent with personal hygiene.
  • Do not require 1:1 behavioral support.
  • Are not a flight risk.

We will do our best to accommodate your child’s needs.  In the interest of safety, we reserve the right to decline admission if specialized care is necessary beyond our staff’s capabilities.   If one-on-one supports are a better fit, contact misty to discuss alternate services.  317 439 6978.  Mlporter@sycamoreservices.com

JCASG will again be partnering with

Sycamore Services to offer Camp Can Do.

 

Medicaid Waiver accepted.

Private Pay $175 per week.

 

Download and complete the intake form to reserve your spot. 

CCD Intake Form 2019

CCD flyer 2019

 

For more information,

contact Amanda Cooper at (317) 409-8372.