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SOAR, Inc.

Adventure programs for youth with LD and/or ADHD.

Location:

Programs held in NC, WY, FL, CA, NY and Belize.

Ages:

8 - 25

Gender:

coed

Season:

Start Date: May 12, 2017
End Date: August, 2017

 

 

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SOAR is a wilderness adventure program for youth with learning disabilities and ADHD and serves both males and females, ages 8 - 25.  It offers programs in North Carolina, Wyoming, Florida, California, New York and Belize.

The student to staff ratio is low. Youth build self-confidence, develop social skills, and work on leadership and communication skills, while enjoying the challenges of our wilderness areas.

The out-of-doors provides an ideal classroom where relevant learning can occur and critical life skills can be taught.

Activities include backpacking, horsepacking, llama treks, rock climbing, whitewater rafting, SCUBA diving, snorkeling, surfing, fishing, caving, mountain biking, and more.

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"This is Jordan's third year at SOAR. He has found his place in the world and wants to move to Wyoming! He LOVED the opportunity to have what he called, 'deep, mature talks with other kids with such diverse backgrounds.' Jordan was given just enough room to grow. This was a completely successful experience,�for which we will forever be grateful."-JLE