CAMP INDEPENDENCE IS SET FOR JULY 3, 2013 AT GULF ISLANDS WATERPARK IN GULFPORT, MS.
All day fun for disabled individuals( all ages) and their families, limit FOUR including special-needs person, $10.00 registration fee, includes free T-shirt and complimentary meal for the special needs individual only!
Wednesday, July 3, 2012 from 11:00 AM to 4:00 PM (CDT)
Tickets are $10 per family. Only 1 ticket is needed per family. The registration form will ask you for the number of people attending from your family, as well as the name of your special needs child.
Please note: Limited to 4 family members including the special needs individual.
All others will have to pay the entrance fee!
Camp Independence is now registering for our Thursday, July 3, 2012 day at Gulf Island Waterpark in Gulfport, MS!
This camp is free to families caring for a loved one diagnosed with Autism or related disorders.
The only fee will be a $10 registration fee per family.
Applications must be received by June 30th!
For eligibility to attend this event, please include the name of your special needs child and their age with your registration, as well as the total number of family members attending.
Camp Independence T-Shirt!
Camp Independence's 2013 t-shirt is $10 this year. You can register individually in order to claim your shirt at check-in.
About Project Independence
In 2003, Project Independence was founded by Carol Mesa for the purpose of raising awareness and creating resources for families caring for a family member diagnosed with Autism. Her teenage son, Tony, was diagnosed with Autism in his elementary years. The Mesa family was not prepared for the regressive capability of this disorder as Tony matured. The constant strain on the family was overwhelming. Carol was compelled to create an organization that would offer support for families in Louisiana, as well as improve the quality of life forTony and the autism community.
Autism is the fastest growing developmental disorder in the U.S., affecting 1 in 110 children. Autism is a neurological disorder that affects a person’s ability to communicate, to reason and interact with others causing extreme behaviors.
Currently, there are no effective means to prevent autism and no known cause or cure for this mysterious affliction.
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