SOAR summer camps stand as a beacon of inclusivity and empowerment, catering specifically to youth and young adults with ADHD and learning differences. These camps create a nurturing environment where campers are not only encouraged to be themselves but also challenged to explore their full potential, all while celebrating their unique strengths. Designed for individuals aged 8-25, SOAR camps offer a diverse range of outdoor adventures, including backpacking, rock climbing, horseback riding, surfing, and canoeing.
With base camps situated in North Carolina and Wyoming, as well as satellite programs in captivating locations like the Florida Keys, California, and even Belize, SOAR summer camps provide a remarkable opportunity for personal growth, adventure, and connection. By focusing on the strengths and abilities of each camper, SOAR camps instill confidence and resilience while fostering a deep appreciation for the great outdoors. It's a transformative experience where young individuals not only discover the joy of outdoor adventures but also embark on a journey of self-discovery and personal achievement.
Blog posts by Abby Barber, Noah Naftulin, Josh Naftulin, and Kiana Kim