Extreme Sports Camp offers fun, rewarding and challenging sports and enrichment programs that provide the opportunities and supports for children and adults on the autism spectrum to progress in active sports and life experiences. Our staff is experienced and trained in working with individuals across the spectrum and at any level of athletic ability. We know that people with autism can succeed at recreational sports – they just need the chance and the appropriate instructional approach.
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Registration for our 2014/2015 Fall and Winter Programs is now open!
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Scholorships may be available.
We are committed to making the Extreme Sports Camp experience affordable to as many families as possible. Financial aid may be applied to camp tuition only. Aid is available for summer and winter programs. It may cover campers on the spectrum as well as enrolling typical siblings, if any. The maximum aid is 50% of tuition. The amount given is based on financial need. The total financial aid which ESC has available each year is limited and not all requests can be honored. No person shall be excluded because of race, religion, national origin or sexual preference. Registration of the camper is necessary before the financial aid application can be considered. A deposit of 25% of the total tuition is required at the time of registration. If you feel you may have difficulty paying the full 25% deposit at one time, contact our office manager to arrange a payment plan. If enrollment is contingent upon receiving financial aid and we are unable to provide it, we will refund your deposit. The application deadline for the summer sessions is April 1th. We will let families know of the aid given by May 1st. The application deadline for the winter sessions is October 1st. We will let families know of the aid given by November 1st. Applications may continue to be processed after the deadline, but we cannot ensure a timely response and the availability of funds may be exhausted. Information on the application form is confidential, digitally encrypted and will be used to assess financial aid needs only. Questions can be directed to Maureen Muller, Business Manager, at 970.927.3143 or firstname.lastname@example.org. * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * The Bil Rieger Scholarship Fund at Extreme Sports Camp was created in loving memory of Bil Rieger, whose generosity and dedication helped many children with autism in the Roaring Fork Valley. The Fund is made possible by the continuing kindness and compassion of our donors.
(Note: External scholarships might be available as well. Autism Care and Treatment Today offers scholarships to families, with priority going to military and families with more than one child affected with autism. See http://www.act-today.org/index