Begun in 1997, this five-day, four-night camp in Lee’s Summit, Missouri provides a fun reprieve for kids with Tourette Syndrome and other neurological conditions. This year’s camp from June 13 – 17 featured activities like painting, crafts, swimming and games as well as campfire singing and skits. Ninety-six campers had the chance to meet others like them and found a refuge to be who they are. Congratulations to the Joshua Center for their 17th successful season.
To read about the impact this camp makes here .