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About Camp BELL'S


Camp BELL's provides supports to parent's, caregiver's and BCBA candidates in the area of Applied Behavior Analysis.

Our continuous goal is to create an organization that caters to those with mental disabilities and deficits between the ages of 3 and 21.  Camp BELL's provides after school care, activities, homework help, medical assistance, ABA Therapies and Counseling.  Individual will learn life skills, meet others with similar skill sets, create friendships and know there are people that care.

Parent's and caregiver's can receive support regarding  IEP's, 504's and guidance with the school system.  Camp BELL's also does research and information gathering relating to transition age individuals and independent living options.

Camp BELL's also works with the State of Georgia administering the Babies Can't Wait Program for children ages 0 - 3 years of age with behavioral issues.  The Early Intervention is a system of services that help babies and toddlers with developmental delays or disabilities during the first 3 years of life.  It focuses on learning basic and new skills typically developed during the first 3 years such as physical, cognitive, communication, social/emotional engagement and self-help such as eating and dressing.

Camp BELL's has started researching gerontology and developing an ABA program to be used in various settings for individuals that may have suffered from stroke, dementia, Alzheimer's or other disabilities that come with aging.

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