Help send a child with autism to camp
Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) is now recognized as the most prevalent neurological disorder among children. ASD causes developmental delays in children affecting communication, socialization, and behaviours. These delays often impede the child’s successful social interaction. Children with autism have special needs particularly regarding social skills which can be supported by summer camp programs.
TRACE is a non-for-profit organization which acquaints ASD children with social skills, emphasizes practice, and teaches how to apply the concepts to the appropriate contexts. This focus will enable our campers to function better in social settings by developing confidence and cultivating deep and meaningful relationships among families and peers.
Parents spend thousands of dollars on diagnosis, medication, and treatment for children autism. Often, camp tuition costs of this kind are high due to the need for a one-to-one staff to camper ratio. However, with your support, camp tuition may be decreased without compromising high quality care for the campers. Your financial contribution can provide a child with the opportunity to attend camp.
Help send a child with autism to camp today.
For more information contact:
Amanda Azarbehi, TRACE Program Director
Tyndale University College
25 Ballyconnor Court Toronto, ON M2M 4B3
416-226-6620 Ext. 2174
Please note: An official tax receipt will be issued unless otherwise instructed. Charitable # 88891 5634 RR0001.