The free Respite and Camp program for special needs clientele of Jumpstart fondation is renewed for 2020!
This program is open to children and adults living with an intellectual disability, an autism spectrum disorder, a mental health problem or a multi-disability.
The Respite and Camp program for clients with special needs offers several lengths of stay, a ratio of supervision according to the autonomy of the camper, dynamic and attentive monitors and services adapted to the needs of campers. Staying fees are covered by the Canadian Tire Jumpstart Foundation and the Ministry of Education and Higher Education.
Registration opens November 14, on a first-come, first-served basis!
Registration and more information: http://www.bpabondepart.ca/free-support-in-2020/?fbclid=IwAR0ihcnChYlXFKROYZR23sLjaZ6OlNM8uo_SyuRrhi63WQOibOaiOewco8s
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