Begun six years ago by a pair of Allamanda Elementary School special education teachers and a behavior assistant, Camp Sense-Abilities draws a dozen eager kids to Anchorage Park each Saturday.
The camp, for school-age children with autism spectrum disorders (ASD), provides a safe, fun environment where kids with special needs can engage in activities that promote socialization, recreation and communication with their peers and staff, said Danielle DiCarlo, a camp founder.
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