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Aspiring Youth Summer Camps

Phone: (206) 517-0241
Camp Type: Day Camp, Day Camp
Camp Website: http://aspiringyouth.net/
Contact: Ben Wahl, MSW
E-mail: info@aspiringyouth.net
Camp Location: Seattle, WA
Camp Region: Northwestern
Target Age: 8 - 18 years
Siblings Allowed: Yes
Volunteers Needed?: No
Languages (in addition to English): N/A
Sponsored by: Ryther Child Center

Serves Children with:

  • Behavioral disorders
  • Learning and developmental disabilities

Specific Condition/Diagnoses:

  • ADD
  • ADHD
  • Asperger’s Syndrome
  • Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD)
  • Pervasive Developmental Delay-Non Specific (PDD-NOS)

Camp Date(s): June – September; check website for current schedule.

Camp Description:
General Description: Aspiring Youth Summer Camps are nationally accredited and in the seventh year of operation.

Staff are Master’s level counselors.

We maintain a 4:1 student to staff ratio.

  • Explorers: Social skills component – Pottery, comedy improvisation, indoor rock climbing.
  • Navigators: Social skills component, Navigating middle school – Pottery, comedy improvisation, indoor rock climbing, legos.
  • Teen Crew: ‘High school life, Being a leader’ – Pottery, comedy improvisation, indoor rock climbing, legos.
  • Delphi: Social skills component, ‘Know thyself’ – Pottery, comedy improvisation, indoor rock climbing, legos.
  • Improvisation/Theatre of Possibility: Social skills and teamwork through theatre – Pottery, comedy improvisation, indoor rock climbing, legos-Showcase production.
  • Video production: Social skills and teamwork through video production, filming and editing – Pottery, comedy improvisation, indoor rock climbing.
  • Building: Lego, devices and contraptions. Social skills and teamwork through building unique Lego, Rube Goldberg and rockenblock designs – Pottery, comedy improvisation, indoor rock climbing, legos.
  • Art Camp: Social skills and teamwork through art projects – Pottery, comedy improvisation, indoor rock climbing, legos.
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