Camp Achieve is organized and hosted by Center for Autism Spectrum Disorder faculty. The Camp is our annual 5-week, summer social skills autism day camp for children 6-12 years of age. The Camp provides a positive learning environment for children. Participating children gain or maintain critical skills such as communication, social interaction, and adaptive skills. Campers are given the opportunity to have a camp experience while working on skills that will help them to be successful at school and in the community.
The annual camp is held on Ball State’s campus which allows for access to a number of activities such as a rock climbing wall, an exceptional playground, and access to Christy Woods to enhance the outdoor experience. Additionally, campers go on field trips to the Duck Pond to fish, the Glick Center for Glass, and the Charles W Brown Planetarium. Camp counselors and tutors are involved in the camp and help CASD run a safe and successful summer camp.
If you are interested in learning more about Camp Achieve, please contact us.