Twitch and Shout Adventure Week in Atlanta, Georgia


Save the date: Twitch and Shout Adventure Week- May 31 – June 5, 2009 with Camp Twin Lakes at Camp Will-A-Way

The Tourette Syndrome Association of Georgia is hosting a 1 week overnight camp for kids with Tourette Syndrome ages 7-17. We are also seeking volunteers ages 18 and older to help out for the week. The location is about 1 hour outside of Atlanta. I will be one of the organizers of the event and I will also be attending for the week.

Click here to learn more about this amazing opportunity!

This week will give children living with Tourette Syndrome an opportunity to enjoy camp activities and meet others with TS. There are many kids who will attend this camp who have never met another person with Tourette’s. It is our goal for kids to be kids and feel like they are not alone dealing with this disorder.

All Tourette children are welcomed and there are scholarships available for kids from Georgia. This will be one week they will never forget!

Please help me spread the word about this great opportunity for kids.

Again, click here to learn more about the camp. You will also see applications on this site if you are ready to sign up now.

If you have any questions, feel free to ask.


2 Responses to “Twitch and Shout Adventure Week in Atlanta, Georgia”

  1. Az Says:

    so cool i have nld and I wished there was a camp like that where I could go. As I am syre u know it is about makeing lifelong friends that can connect to your stuggle is what makes a program like this special.

    Ps I read y book for a book report ( 11th grade english ) I loved it it made me laygh and cry It was one of the best books I have read.

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