A study by the Yale School of Medicine Child Study Center proved that positive camp experiences strongly affect a child’s recovery. Our campers have:
In addition, the entire family’s emotional well-being is enhanced by the effects of a camper’s experiences.
Results from a more recent study conducted by the American Camp Association and the University of Utah, showed that these camp experiences are useful to campers when they grow up. And a newly published impact study conducted by the American Institutes for Research® (AIR®) showed an overwhelming correlation between experiences camp and the development of lasting outcomes such as: willingness to try new things, appreciation of diversity, self-identity, empathy and compassion, self-confidence, perseverance, and friendship skills.