Camp Program Benefits Kids with Behavioral Disabilities
Hannah Anolik, DBHIDS Summer 2019 Intern
Between the ages of 7 and 11, I “lived 10 months for two” – meaning I was obsessed with summer camp. I lived the other 10 months of the year just for those two months at camp.
Seeing my summertime best friends every day and having (what we thought of as) no rules and pure fun always felt like an escape from reality. Now, a decade or so later, I realize it was during those carefree, hot, summer days that I developed into who I am today and learning about myself.
Summer camp may just seem like a way to get kids out of the house, but it is much more than that.
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