Promoting ability, not disability, through summer camp
Auburn Parks and Recreation is celebrating the 15th anniversary of its Therapeutic Summer Day Camp, which serves children with special needs. Fifty-four children with special needs, all from the Lee County area, will start camp on Monday, June 2, according to Dana Stewart, special programs coordinator for Parks and Recreation. Campers this year range from ages 15 to 49 and have different types of disabilities, from autism to speech or hearing disabilities to Down syndrome…Read More
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