Make new friends, meet other families with special needs, and enjoy blobbing, boating, swimming, climbing, arts and crafts, sports and more at beautiful Camp Ramah Darom.
Camp Yofi is for all Jewish families with children with autism, regardless of denomination or synagogue affiliation. Single parents, grandparents, and siblings are all invited to attend. In this first season of Camp Yofi, enrollment is open for up to twenty families with children with autism between the ages of 5 and 14.
Morning programs at Camp Yofi are
designed with separate paths for children with autism, for their siblings, and for their parents. Each afternoon is filled with family
activities throughout camp. After dinner, join us for a bonfire, sing-along, s’mores and other family programs. Adult evening programs for fun, support, and study are planned
Every family at Camp Yofi will have a
chaver – a pal – who spends mornings and
evenings with the same family throughout the week, providing a consistent and comforting presence.
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