All kids deserve a summer camp experience, and The Autism Center at Ontario ARC is excited to bring this opportunity back in 2015! Formed through a partnership between The Autism Center and 4-H Camp Bristol Hills, the Summer Day Camp opportunity offers a unique and fun summer activity for children with intellectual and other developmental disabilities, including autism.
The Summer Day Camp gives children with unique needs an opportunity to create lasting memories and build new friendships within a supportive environment. Campers will improve their social, communication and physical skills and will have access to fun and educational activities including archery, beading, cooking, arts & crafts, fishing, geocaching, swimming, rocketry and woodworking. Trained staff from Ontario ARC, including a special education teacher, provide on-site support to campers.
Each session runs for one week. Camp hours are Monday – Thursday, 9 – 4 PM and Friday 9 – 12 PM. Transportation is available Monday through Thursday and on Friday AM from the Cornell Cooperative Extension in Canandaigua. The bus will depart at 8:15 AM and return at 4:45 PM. Parents/Guardians are responsible for Friday PM transportation.
SESSION ONE I July 6 – 10
SESSION TWO I July 13 – 17
SESSION THREE I July 20 – 24
SESSION FOUR I July 27 – 31
COST & SCHOLARSHIP OPPORTUNITIES
The cost for each session is $255 and scholarship opportunities are available! Camp sessions are available on a first-come first-served basis. There is a limit of 2 sessions per camper.
ELIGIBILITY & REQUIREMENTS
To attend the Summer Day Camp through The Autism Center at Ontario ARC, campers must have an intellectual or other developmental disability, including autism, and be between the ages of 8 and 16.
SIGN UP TODAY!
To sign up or to learn about available scholarship opportunities, please contact Joellen Schaefer at (585) 919-2118 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
*Please note: new campers must attend the Open House on May 13 from 6-7 PM at Ontario ARC’s Main Facility.