Special Needs Resources for Greensboro, Winston-Salem and High Point

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SOAR

Lynne Neaves
MapP.O. Box 388
Balsam, NC 28707
828-456-3435

Description:

SOAR offers high adventure summer camps for youth with learning & attention issues. Campers build friendships, increase their self-confidence, and develop life skills through unforgettable outdoor adventures! Created in 1977 by an adult with learning disabilities, who believed that focusing on strengths, rather than deficits, was critical in ensuring success. Throughout the past 40 years, SOAR has been adapted around the specific needs of the youth we serve. Our understanding of this population is in everything we do-in the way we approach challenges and adventures, in the way we structure each day, in the way we handle conflicts, and in the way we celebrate each participant’s abilities.

SOAR offers camps in incredible locations including the Blue Ridge Mountains of North Carolina, the sunny Florida Keys, wild and wonderful Wyoming, the California Coast, and the Adirondacks region of New York.

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