Mikey Wiley wanted to attend an overnight camp just like his peers, but his parents were nervous. He found the perfect fit and made lots of friends at Camp Royall.
Working with members of our IGNITE program, we produced a video to train first responders. The video and other materials will help keep loved ones safe.
Danny began acting out as a middle schooler. With support, he learned to communicate with his family, easing his frustration and giving them back their family life.
When Danny got his first job as a young adult with autism, he faced some challenges. With visual supports, he succeeded, and now he works with other people on the spectrum.
Aaron has achieved many goals with his collaborative team from the Autism Society of North Carolina. “That partnership for a lifetime is absolutely crucial,” Aaron’s mom says.
When Jack was diagnosed at 2, he was nonverbal and didn’t understand danger. Now, he is in college and has achieved many goals with the support of the Autism Society of North Carolina.
Matthew went to Camp Royall hoping to make a friend. At the end of it all, he had two best friends for life.