STUDIO CITY (KCAL9) — Areva D. Martin, Esq. Attorney, Author, Media Commentator and Chair of the Special Needs Network stopped by KCAL9 Monday to tell viewers about its innovative Camp JPAC!

Camp JPAC, which is in its 4th year, is the only free summer inclusion camp for kids with autism and other developmental disorders. The camp employs close to 100 professionals and youth counselors and has over 300 students ages 5 to 16.

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Camp JPAC is held at St. Bernadette Parish School, 3825 Don Felipe Dr. and caters to low to moderate income families. The camp provides lunch, snacks, field trips, three hours of academics from credentialed teachers, and three hours of sports, dance, music and drama.

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SNN’s mission is to create public awareness of developmental disabilities and to impact public policy, while providing education and resources to families, children and adults.

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For more information, visit Special Needs Network.