Wy.Not make sure children with disabilities feel included in summer fun, like trips to the pool or the petting zoo?
Wy.Not provide children with disabilities a chance to meet friends who really understand them?
Wy.Not give children with disabilities more choices and greater possibility during their summer break?
Guess what. You can! ADEC’s summer camp, called Camp Wy.Not, helps children with intellectual and developmental disabilities work on social, academic and motor skills while also providing families with respite. Sometimes those families haven’t been approved for a waiver yet and can’t afford tuition — that’s where you come in.
You can sponsor a child with a disability for a day, a week or even the full summer.