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Old July 6th, 2017, 12:36 PM   #681
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The subject of recent posts has mainly been on Autism-related events and organisations in Maryland.

To the east, Autism Delaware is a Newark, Delaware-based nonprofit whose mission is to help individuals, including children, affected by Autism Spectrum Disorders. Its vision is that all people with Autism have opportunities to learn, grow and live full lives as included and valued members of their communities...
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Record-breaking attendance and weather extremes were the hallmarks of the 2015 Walk for Autism. The annual event raises funds that benefit Autism Delaware's range of programs and services, including family
support, clinical services, advocacy, awareness, and the adult employment and community resources program known as POW&R (Productive Opportunities for Work & Recreation).

...Autism Delaware board president Marcy Kempner introduced five-year-old Jacob Pantano as the grand marshal before he led more than 900 walkers at the official start. The route through Cape Henlopen State Park had been shortened by request to 2.2 miles. At the finish line, walkers gathered in the celebration fun zone where hands-on crafts were enjoyed, courtesy of Home Depot...
Here is a link to a video from the Autism Delaware Walk from a couple of years ago:


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The subject of the last post is Autism Delaware, a Newark, Delaware-based nonprofit whose mission is to help individuals, including children, affected by Autism Spectrum Disorders.

Easter Seals Delaware & Maryland's Eastern Shore is a Delaware-based nonprofit that provides exceptional services, education, outreach, and advocacy so that people living with Autism and various other challenges can live, learn, work and play in its communities. Camp Fiarlee offers children with various challenges, including Autism Spectrum Disorders, a place to try new things and discover their unrealised potential....
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Easter Seals Camp Fairlee has long lasting effects on the campers who walk its paths, like twelve-year-old Matthew, who has autism. He enjoys his week at Easter Seals Camp Fairlee so much he talks about it all year in anticipation for the upcoming summer. For his parents ...Camp Fairlee is a place they know is fun, exciting and, above all, safe.


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"Camp is something we talk about all year and it is something Matthew looks forward to all year," [his mother] says. "Camp Fairlee is the one place we can send him where we don't have to worry and that is priceless. Absolutely priceless!"

Easter Seals celebrates 'National Autism Awareness Month' in April and recognizes the many needs of the growing population of people whose lives are touched by autism either personally or by a family member. Easter Seals is taking strides to accommodate those needs through a myriad of services offered, including: adult day programs, supported employment services, children's therapy services, services for caregivers and especially through Camp Fairlee...


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While many individuals with autism attend traditional summer sessions, Camp Fairlee also offers specialized autism summer sessions, which have more than doubled the capacity since its inception. While children with autism enjoy swimming, singing and doing arts and crafts at one of Camp Fairlee's 1-on-1 respite weeks for children with autism, their parents can take some much needed time off from caregiving.

Matthew enjoys swimming, horseback riding, being around other kids he can relate to and hayrides. He learned so much in his horseback riding experience with Camp Fairlee that he is able to ride by himself with a group and it has become a favorite past time he shares with his mom back at home. Matthew has made friends with both campers and counselors that he connects with throughout the year.


Camp Fairlee -- Climbing Wall and Zip Line

Camp has had other positive affects in unexpected ways as well. While at Camp, Matthew has learned better sleeping habits and is more willing to try new foods, both for which his parents are thankful. Lori and Chris can relax while Matthew is at Camp knowing he is safe. They are able to enjoy time with each other when they can go out to dinner, do chores and sleep in.

"We are so grateful for Camp Fairlee. I couldn't imagine sending him anywhere else. We look forward to camp to not only give us a break from caregiving, but to give Matthew a break too. Camp is a place he can be around other kids and have fun," Lori says. "The staff are wonderfully amazing people that are there for the kids. We can tell they love what they do."

Easter Seal's Camp Fairlee outside of Chestertown, Maryland, is the only camp in the region that provides a typical residential camp experience for children and adults with disabilities year-round. Fairlee offers week-long camp sessions throughout the summer, Travel Trips throughout the year and weekend respite/retreat programs from August through May...

Easter Seals offers a range of services, including children's therapies, assistive technology, recreational camping, day programs for adults with physical or intellectual disabilities and respite services for When caregivers...
Here is a link to a video from Easter Seals Delaware & Maryland's Eastern Shore from nearly five years ago: https://www.facebook.com/Easterseals...type=2&theater


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The subject of the last couple of posts has been on Autism-related events and organisations in Maryland.

Children's Beach House (CBH) is a Sussex County, Delaware-based nonprofit organization. Its mission continues Miss Lydia's vision to help children with special needs, including Autism Spectrum Disorders, reach their highest potential as functioning members of their families and communities...
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Shay Harper came to Children's Beach House more than 10 years ago, when she was 7 years old, with a speech challenge. As a beach house kid, she came to summer camps and participated in weekend camps approximately once each month. Case managers supported her by building relationships with her mother and her family, and standing by them through all of the ups and downs of elementary school, adolescence, and high school. Case managers partnered with the school staff and worked to make sure her Children's Beach House activities were helping her meet her academic goals.
At the closing camp ceremony this summer, Shay said, "I have been here for 10 years - longer than almost everyone in this room. The people here have changed, but since the beginning, the love has always been here. I got to work as a junior counselor with the little campers this summer, and I was so excited to see the love that was shared with them, just as it was with me. I know I am supposed to be saying goodbye to the Beach House right now, but surprise! I will return someday as a counselor and share the same lessons and love that were given to me."
An important component of the Children's Beach House program is its camps, in which the children spend two to six weeks over the summer using activities in the water, on the sand and at the house to transcend their difficulties with speech, language and hearing. Children get involved between the ages of 7 and 12 and participate until their high school graduation.
Usually they are at or above the cognitive levels of their peers, but their speech is often difficult to understand. Some may also have trouble with motor skills, making them the last to be picked for teams on the playground - but not at the Beach House. Camp is a place to build productive relationships with peers and caring adults. Shay said, "Children's Beach House is a place where we all have friends."
Children's Beach House is a nonprofit started 76 years ago by Lydia Chichester du Pont. In 2003, the organization adopted the Positive Youth Development Model that emphasizes three keys to achievement: first, provide children with a safe and secure environment; second, work alongside parents and entire families; and third, support the individualized education plans provided by teachers. Fully engaged and actively involved parents are critical to a child's current and future success in school, within their family, and in their future careers...
Here is a link to a video: https://www.facebook.com/ChildrensBe...1870118966106/

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