Autism/ Special Needs Camp RWAF at Woodside Intermediate School

Clubs and Organizations

June 26, 2019

From: Ryan Woods Autism Foundation

This program provides positive support to increase social skills, self-advocacy and appropriate assertiveness, personal hygiene, healthy relationships, lowering social anxiety, and building confidence, discovering dislikes/likes.

Focus Activities:

- Numerous Field Trips: CT Science Museum; Horse Riding; Comcast Studios; First Tee & TPC; meet First Responders, and much, much more
- Social & Life Skills in CIRCLE TIME on autism-friendly bean chairs designed and purchased from the west coast
- Bullying Techniques– “take the power away from the bully
- Build Relationships, Make Life-Time Friendships
- Music/Dance Therapy
- Autism Mentors: college interns; volunteers; autism/special needs experts

Population: Medium to high functioning ASDs/Special Needs ages 6-18

Ryan Woods Autism Foundation is a 501(c) (3) grassroots autism Foundation licensed by the Connecticut State Department of Public Health #70113

When: July 22 - August 2, 2019 from 1:00 – 5:00 p.m. (Mon-Fri)


Woodside Intermediate School
30 Woodside Road,
Cromwell, CT 06416


Tuition: $3K/child (includes field trip fees; snacks and bottled water)

Inquire about available grants:

The Ryan Woods Autism Foundation
c/o Brenda Wilson, Founder
Business Office:
123 West Street, Cromwell, CT 06416, 860.834.3018