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Dr. Jim Taylor replied to Meghan Cox Mick's discussion Nature play area at Autism center - help! in the group Autism Outdoors - ABOARD (Advisory Board on Autism and Related Disorders)
"Meghan.. How about the "Ground Up" "Team Up"...with KAMPN, Inc in the North Carolina Mtns.  I just replied to the overall group about KAMPN, Inc  (Kids aith Autism Making Progress).  Just began KAMPN website see…"
Apr 16, 2012

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Doctorate from University of Florida. Retired from Special Education Department East Carolina, Now developing KAMPN, Inc, Kids with Autism Making Progress in Nature, a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization. A family camping program for children and their families in Watauga County, NC, "the heart of the Blue Ridge Mountains". The program will open in the summer of 2013.
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At 4:39pm on May 17, 2012, Suz Lipman said…

Hello Jim, Warm welcome to C&NN Connect. I'm the forum host. I'm glad you found us and are making yourself at home in discussions and groups. I hope you'll continue to share your activities, ideas and photos with us and find this a rich source of resources. For any questions about the network, see our FAQ page. Hope to see you here again soon.


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