The Autism Society of North Carolina provides a variety of social recreation options. From Camp Royall to new programs in Eastern NC, we desire to serve individuals on the autism spectrum and help them improve their social and communication skills, peer networks, and physical well-being.
Camp Royall is the nation’s oldest and largest summer camp program for people on the autism spectrum. The 133-acre facility is in Moncure, near Pittsboro. Through summer camp and year-round programs such as adult retreats, mini-camps, and Family Fun Days, Camp Royall serves more than 2,000 people each year.
Camp Royall provides a counselor-to-camper ratio of 1:1 or 1:2, to ensure that each camper’s need for support is met. At Camp Royall, campers with autism gain new skills, make new friends, and have fun participating in typical summer camp activities.
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Social Recreation in Eastern NC
Beginning in July 2016, ASNC will offer social recreation programs in Greenville, Carteret County, Brunswick County, and Wilmington, with support from Trillium Health Resources.
To learn more about the upcoming opportunities, click here.