Summer Recreation for Kids with Autism

 
$3,775
$6,225
Raised
Remaining
Feb 7, 2013

Winter Break Camp Moves Most of the Fun Indoors!

When school is out for the week of winter break, CSS camp is again in session!  We provide a fun, safe and enriching environment for children with autism.  Unlike summer camp, most of our activities have to be indoors -- but that does not mean that it’s boring!  The children participate in bowling, Dave and Busters video arcade, community centers, and eating at the mall, like any other teenager.  The traditionally mild winters of Maryland allow for a limited amount of outdoor activities, but when the weather does turn bad, we have a projector screen to watch movies like a real movie theater, which many of our children have trouble attending.  We strive to allow the children we serve to enjoy age appropriate activities, no matter the time of year! 

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Ashley Chatneuff

Communications Coordinator
Gaithersburg, MD United States

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