empowering neurodiverse

kids & youth

empowering neurodiverse

kids & youth

empowering neurodiverse

kids & youth

Recreational programs designed for kids with ADHD, autism, learning disabilities and other exceptionalities.

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A place where kids and youth are accepted and loved for who they are, as they are.

Our campers are anything but average. They break the mold, so we’ve ditched the mold and created a community where their needs are met and their strengths can be discovered. 

Our programs are designed specifically for kids and youth with autism, attention deficit disorder, learning disabilities, and other types of exceptionalities. Through non-competitive programs, high staff to camper ratios, and a nurturing environment, we put the spotlight on each child’s strengths.

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Understanding Learning Disabilities, ADHD, and Autism

Understanding Learning Disabilities, ADHD, and Autism

Join us for a free educational session This session will go over concepts on how to understand and best support neurodiverse kids and youth. Providing a basic understanding of autism, ADHD, and learning disabilities, our presenter Andy McMullan will equip participants...

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A Look back at the first Showcase

A Look back at the first Showcase

One year ago, Our volunteer event committee pulled out all the stops to put on our first virtual concert. It was an amazing show, bringing the Camp Kirk community together with viewers from Vancouver to the UK and everywhere in between. Over 200 families tuned in, and...

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Summer 2021 Update

Summer 2021 Update

Unfortunately, we have some sad news to share…. Due to the current state of the pandemic, we have made the decision to cancel all in-person programming this summer. We were hopeful that we could offer some form of in-person support to our families, but the current...

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