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A girl who loves Camp Woodchuck

Lifetime Rainbows girl, Ashley has been receiving services since she was nine months old. This started with home based services through Infant/Toddler Services, and then moved attended Rainbows’ child care until she went to kindergarten. Ashley and has been attending Camp Woodchuck for the past four years. She is now 13 years old.

Her diagnosis is Developmental Delays and through Rainbows she has received physical, occupational, and speech therapy. Her father, Curtis, says, “Attending Camp Woodchuck is something she truly enjoys and looks forward to each summer. Camp Woodchuck has allowed her to have fun in a caring and supportive environment.” Ashley enjoys coming to Camp and playing with her friends. She likes riding bikes and playing games such as Memory. Her parents say that Rainbows has helped her development in a lot of ways, especially her social skills and ability to adapt to change.

Ashley lives with her mom and her dad and her older brother, Adam. She is involved in the Special Olympics and competes in track and field as well as bowling. This fall she will be an 8th grader at Stucky Middle School.