Communities are comprised of many individuals each with their own unique qualities that they bring to the table. Opening up your camp as a safe and inclusive place for participants of all walks of life is advantageous not only for members of your community, but for you and your staff as well.
Understanding, addressing and adapting to each participant’s particular needs can be challenging, but not impossible. It is through proper education and coaching that you and your staff can come to comprehend the needs of participants with autism and how you can meet them through best practices, kindness and inclusivity.
Learn more about how your organization can ensure inclusivity for participants with autism by watching our Success with Autism webinar featuring guest speaker Erin Ross, M.Ed., BCBA, LBA, and The Sumer Camp Society.