Camp FROG is the Autism Society of Alabama's weekend family camp hosted bi-annually at Camp ASCCA in Jackson's Gap, AL. Children on the autism spectrum enjoy traditional camp activities in a supportive environment with their families. For 13 years, hundreds of families have gotten to be a part of the weekend where care and worries can be put aside and families can focus on FUN.
Experiences include zip-lining, boating, fishing, archery, basketball, swimming, crafts, a talent show, and much more
"This was our first real family outing with activities! Our kiddos were able to try new things that they never would have had the opportunity to or the confidence to do so. Having other families and children like ours made it feel so welcoming and comfortable. Our son said it was literally the best weekend of his life. We cannot wait until we have the opportunity to join again. No one wanted to leave" - Parent of camp attendee
"I think it was one of the dad's that said, 'We are all in this together.' It was like a big family. Everyone understands where you are and what you are going through and offered advice and help. We were not strangers getting together. Autism united us all. The weekend was busy but it was awesome!!" - Parent of camp attendee
For more information about Camp FROG visit: www.autism-alabama.org.