CAT Camp Autism

Cat Camp Autism

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CAT Camp Autism

C.A.T. Autism is a short-term “respite community” within the Creative Arts (C.A.T.) Camp family that caters to families with children who live with autism or individuals who live with mid to high functioning autism. The camp seeks full-inclusion through the use of a “buddy system” to help campers with autism experience time for worship, rest, and relaxation in a safe, affordable, interactive, Christian setting capable of caring for individuals with autism.

This event runs concurrently with CAT Camp with creative programming specially designed for campers with Autism.

Activities Include

Meet your Dean, Rev. Ed Saxman

As a believer first, a husband and father second, and a pastor third, Ed hopes to exemplify the presence of God upon his life. Ed seeks an authentic lifestyle of "faith and works" in relationship to God's call and has a passion for bringing children and youth to the Gospel of Jesus Christ. Ed grew up as the son of a United Methodist minister and his wife, Susan, grew up as the daughter of medical missionaries to Liberia, W. Africa. Ed has a passion for reading, running marathons, and rarely finds enough time for his love of creating pottery. Ed has been a dean of CAT Camp for many years.

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