Autism Camp Reviews

Our autism camp reviews page offers parents and caregivers an opportunity to share their child's camping experience, tips and recommendation below.

We also share ideas on how to pack for camp and offer practical strategies to help your child adjust to being away from home at camp.

Autism camps can provide an autistic child with a structured day and enjoyable, summer fun experiences -- just like her siblings and classmates.

Specialized camps provide traditional programs leaning toward children with low self-esteem, learning challenges, autism spectrum disorders and attention deficit disorder who need a structured supportive environment.

Many camps offer programs to help children, teens and adults develop social, academic and life skills.

There are autism camps which welcome exceptional campers who are not yet toilet-trained or have bed-wetting difficulties.

Some autism camps offer financial assistance and scholarships. Apply early for a better chance of being considered for grants and other types of tuition aid.

What autism camp does your child enjoy most?

Tell us about your child's favorite autism camp experience, or give a short review. We'd love to hear which particular camp your child prefers, and we're sure other visitors will too!

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Read Other Visitors' Autism Camp Experiences & Ratings

Click on the links below to see more ratings on autism camps by other visitors to this page.

Dan Marino Camp in Florida Not rated yet
Both of my children have Autism. They have attended DMC for about 4 years. This is a great camp for special needS children. They provide a well rounded …

Little Star Center of Jacksonville Not rated yet
My son attended the Little Star Center summer camp for the 2011 summer session. He really enjoyed all the activities and field trips. He really learned …

Camp Loyaltown Not rated yet
Last year my son went to camp for the first time at the age of 13. It was sleep away so we knew that there might be problems. As we anticipated there were …

AHRC Camp Anne Not rated yet
Matthew loves Camp Anne! The staff is wonderful. The teen camp has a staff ratio from 1:3 to 1:1. The camp is safe--completely fenced in. There's …

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Autism Camp Reviews Resources

Check out our Autism Camp Packing Tips and pre-written Autism Camp Postcard sample here.

View our autism camp visual schedule used to ease campers with transitions from one activity to another and help develop independence.

MJ wrote a cute song at school called Tough Guy Camp.

There's more autism camp resources at the bottom of this Web page.

New York State Autism Camps Listings

Click here for more autism camps listings, such as the Directory of Camps and Summer Programs for Children and Youth with Disabilities and Special Needs profiles more than 300 New York Metro area special needs day camps, sleepaway camps and travel programs throughout the U.S. Special and mainstream programs are included. The directory is indexed by disability and program type.

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