Alaska

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Adam’s Camp Alaska was launched in July 2013 as a result of the amazing efforts of three Adam’s Camp Colorado veteran families from Anchorage. Even in its first year, families came from all over the state to the sold-out program. Campers and siblings rafted, fed moose, climbed a rock wall and enjoyed other great outdoor activities.

The program is held in Girdwood Alaska, home to the Alyeska ski area, stunning scenery and Challenge Alaska, the adaptive ski program for Alaska.
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Pathfinder Therapy (ages 4-8)

Pathfinder therapy is an intensive, multidisciplinary therapy program for children ages 4-8 who have been diagnosed on the autism spectrum or those who have a dual diagnosis including autism. Pathfinder Therapy campers benefit from one-on-one therapy that is focused on an individualized goal-centered treatment plan.
Learn more about Pathfinder


Trailblazer (ages 8-12)

Trailblazer is an activity-based, “therapy-on-the-go” program for youth ages 8-12 who have been diagnosed on the autism spectrum or those who have a dual diagnosis including autism. Trailblazer campers benefit from being able to practice social skills and develop independence in the activities of daily living.
Learn more about Trailblazer

See Alaska Camp Dates, Rates & Funding Register for Camp in Alaska!

Alaska Staff/Volunteer application

For more information, contact Kim Williams, Adam’s Camp Alaska Program Director, by email or phone at (907) 885-1758.

 

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