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Best Special Needs Camps .com

Our Summer 2021 Special Needs Camp Directory will include information on some of the Best Day and Overnight Special Needs Summer Camps in America, including:

• ADHD summer camps

• Sleepaway Camps for children with autism

• Summer camps for blind students

• Grief camps for kids and teens

• Camps for kids and teens with developmental disabilities

• Summer programs for kids with learning disabilities

• Diabetes summer camps

• Summer camps for kids with cancer

• Summer programs for special needs children

• Down Syndrome camps

• Camps for deaf children

• Respite summer camps, and many other summer programs and camps for kids and teens with special needs.

Nonverbal High Schooler Makes History

Before I had a son with nonverbal autism, I naively thought ‘everyone talks.’ I grew up in a world where I didn’t know anyone who was nonverbal. Or honestly, that it was even possible.

I remember the first time a therapist said, ‘you need to consider a world where your son doesn’t speak.’

That sentence. It shattered me. As a mom, to an absolutely beautiful 3 year old, how could it not?

Flash forward to today.

I’ve learned that communication is so much more than spoken words.

It can be nonverbal communication like sounds and gestures. It can be writing or typing. It can be sign language. It can be assistive technology like my son uses.

And sometimes, it can inspire and change the world.

Ahmed Ali is a nonverbal student who has been attending the Minneapolis Public School system’s Transitions Plus program for the last three years. (Practically in my backyard!)

Once Ali was ready to graduate, the school asked him to deliver his high school class’s commencement address using speech software that he developed alongside a speech pathology during his time in the program.

The speech was a historic first for the school district. And so much more.

Take a listen…

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Caycie D. Dix Attorney


She obtained her undergraduate degree in Business Administration from Mercer University in Macon, GA in 2002. She obtained her Juris Doctor degree from Thomas M. Cooley Law School in 2007 with a concentration in litigation. As a result of her leadership and active involvement in a number of organizations such as the 6th Circuit Law Students Division of the American Bar Association, Honor Council, the Student Bar Association, and a host of others, Attorney Dix was bestowed with the school’s highest award, the Thomas M. Cooley Leadership Award, upon her graduation.


After completing a two year externship with Judge A. L. Thompson, the former Chief Judge of the Fulton County State Court, Attorney Dix formed the Law Firm of Caycie D. Dix, Esq. where she zealously represented clients in the areas of family law, probate, criminal misdemeanors, civil, and business litigation. Having served as a Hearing Officer with DeKalb County School District and as a Staff Attorney for the Honorable Judge Ronald B. Ramsey, Sr. in DeKalb County State Court-Traffic Division, Attorney Dix also has extensive experience in representing clients in student tribunal hearings and defending traffic citations.

Professional Affiliations

Her professional affiliations include being a co-founder and past President of NewRock Legal Society and membership in numerous other organizations such as Georgia Association of Black Women Attorneys (GABWA), the State Bar of Georgia, Georgia Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers, and the National Association of Hearing Officers.

Community Involvement

Attorney Dix has dedicated her life to being a servant of her community and has held leadership positions in a number of community organizations to include the National Coalition of 100 Black Women-Stone Mountain/Lithonia Chapter, the Board of Directors of the South DeKalb Business Association, the Board of Trustees of Greater New Hope Baptist Church, Rockdale County Board of Elections, Girl Scouts of America – Cherry Blossom Service Unit, and the Stone Mountain/Lithonia Chapter of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Incorporated. In 2019, Attorney Dix was appointed to the Board of Appeals in Barrow County where she presently serves as the Vice-Chairperson.

Her biggest enjoyment in life comes from working with and mentoring young people of all ages. As such, she has devoted countless hours of her time to mentoring young girls, serving as a Girl Scout troop leader, coaching high school mock trial teams, and educating teens about the law..

Amazing Maddy

I saw this amazing story and it touched my soul with joy

Rahn Anthoni

This is Maddy. Her Instagram is AmazinglyMaddy and she is exactly that! Maddy was born at 27 weeks and had sustained a grade 4 brain hemorrhage at some point before birth. To this day we don’t know how or why. She has overcome so many obstacles. Today, she is a spunky 6-year-old with cerebral palsy who has a wicked sense of humor and loves LOL surprise dolls. We love meeting families with kiddos going through unique medical and special needs journeys.

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Hey Everyone! My name is Bri Proctor and my husband and I live in Jefferson, GA. We are not yet blessed with children, but we have 5 wonderful and energetic nephews to keep us on our toes. I am so excited to be this years coordinator for the Atlanta walk! I look forward to meeting every one of you! If you or anyone you know is interested in volunteering please feel free so message me on facebook, or email me at!

I can not wait to see everyone and meet all the super heroes that you are!! Let the fun begin!

Here is a photo of my husband and I with our sweet angel nephew Grady from last years walk!

Also Registration IS OPEN! May 15, 2021 Here we come!!!

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