The Society was established to provide respite care in a recreational environment for children, youth and adults on the Autism Spectrum. the purpose of this non-profit society is to provide a safe place for youth to learn social thinking and take social risks. the Society believes it is vital to connect our youth with their members of their community to share experiences as well as strengthen them as individuals and as a community. The primary areas in which the charity is no carrying on programs to achieve its charitable purposes are listed below. The program areas are ranked according to the percentage of time and resources devoted to each program area. 1. Services for the physically or mentally challenged 85% 2. Summer Camps 15%
Specialized programs for horseback, riding, cooking classes and other interactive sports
|Description||% of emphasis|
|Services for physically/ mentally challenged||85|
*% of emphasis is reported by the charity and does not necessarily reflect money spent.