- ADDL in the Media
- April 16, 2021 - Presentation - Dr. Iarocci and Vanessa Fong
- ADDL - New Name & Website
- New Webinar and Event Recordings Available
- ADDL Welcomes New Students
- Congrats to Former ADDL Volunteers and Future SLPs
- Anxiety Management during COVID-19
- Camp for People with Intellectual Disabilities
- Congratulations to Former ADDL Volunteers and Future SLPs
- ADDL Students Present at INSAR 2022
- Inclusive Theatre & Filmmaking Camp
- November 24th, 2022 - Public Talk - Dr. Grace Iarocci
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Spring Break Camp
Are you looking for a fun and educational experience for your child? The Autism and Developmental Disabilities Lab (ADDL) hosts free day camps for children with and without a diagnosis of Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD). Children ages 3 to 12 years old will get to engage with one another in various activities, play exciting games, make a lot of crafts, and participate in research and learning activities. This experience is available for free, so we ask caregivers to complete surveys about their child for research purposes (most surveys can be completed online).
Who can attend?
Children ages 3 to 12 years old with or without a diagnosis of Autism Spectrum Disorder. We ask that children are able to use the toilet without assistance from staff, otherwise, a caregiver or behavioural interventionist must remain with the child during the session.
Dates and Times:
Children can attend one session on various days between March and April. Specific dates and times will be announced closer to camp registration.