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Name: Camp Hand in Hand
Description:Camp Hand in Hand (held at Camp Knutson) is a therepeautic and skills-building camp for youth with Autism or PDD. Campers are divided into cabin units where individual preferences and needs are addressed. Activities are planned by staff who understand the need for structure, visual schedules, environmental supports, social stories, and individualized communication systems. Parents and caregivers are required to provide extensive information about each camper before camp so that communication, sensory, and behavioral needs can be met.

Activities at Camp Hand in Hand include swimming, pontoon fishing, boating, horseback riding, hiking, games, and crafts. Click the link below for more information.
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Contact:Call the Autism Society of Minnesota at the number below to speak with someone about Camp Hand in Hand.
Phone:(651) 647-1083
Web Link(s):Click here for detailed information on Camp Hand in Hand:

Click here for detailed information on Camp Knutson:

Location:Camp Knutson
Address:11169 Whitefish Avenue
Crosslake, MN 56442
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Phone:(218) 543-4232
Age Group(s):Children, Teens
Ability:Designed for Individuals with Disabilities
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