Autism Summer Camp

What: The Autism Summer Camp provides children with a supportive environment to engage with peers and have fun. Camp groups will be organized by age and number of students in each group. Each group will be led by at least two Baylor Educational Psychology graduate students. Possible activities include: doing arts and crafts, playing outside/water games, bowling, having scavenger hunts, as well as visiting places like Cameron Park Zoo, Mayborn Museum, and the Baylor Center for Developmental Disabilities!

Who: As you noticed we may be at several different locations wanting to provide good experiences for everyone. We are welcoming, however we do have the following restrictions: children must be potty-trained and between 3 and 18 years of age. For safety reasons, we cannot accept children who engage in elopement, physical aggression, or self-injurious behaviors. The application process may involve a follow-up parent interview.

When: The camp is held over the summer. Please call 254.537.1042 or check our Facebooks page for updated information regarding deadlines and plans for the current year.