Challenged Youth All Inclusion Basketball School Year Clinics
From after school to partnering with NBA Teams, universities, local schools, and non-profits we offer weekend and after-school clinics.
One Mission, One Goal Empowering Kids to Believe in Themselves
Bounce Out the Stigma Considered by Many as
The Best Special Needs Basketball Program in the Country
There are many camps for “all-star” mainstream kids, and there are many camps for those kids with special needs. But, what about those kids who fall into a spectrum and are not comfortable at either one of these styled camps. Where do they and their parents turn for the basketball experience?
Our programs are geared for kids and young adults with the challenges of Autism, ADHD, Epilepsy, Neurological Disorders, Spectrum Diagnosis, and Mental/Emotional Challenges. Those with learning disabilities and slow motor skill development along with peer mistrust and social interaction issues will do well in our nurturing environment
Our Camps & Clinics are non-competitive and seek to empower participants through motor skill development, confidence building, fun challenges, and our unique blend of positive reinforcement. Personal attention is given to every child.
Improving Their Motor Skills
Developing Peer Trust
and Yes, Basketball
Kids Discover What They Can Do When Given the Opportunity and So Do Their Parents
We Succeed Where Other Programs Fail
Teaching There Are No Limits to Your Will, While Having FUN!
OnSite, OnCourt Camp Directors Bob Azzolino & Mike Simmel – Answer Questions
Since 2005, Over 24 States, Changing Lives One Family at a Time
Provide a small, interactive, supportive atmosphere where children can increase knowledge about one’s themselves, their environment, limitations, and goals
Integrate growth and learning as campers have fun, overcome obstacles and work with other children and staff
A small ratio of 4 campers per instructor providing unique specialized improvement and care
Have our campers gain a sense of accomplishment with experiences that leave them smiling, so that they are both stronger and better prepared to flourish in their “daily world”
Provide each child with a strong core belief in their ability to overcome everyday challenges without frustration