Just in from baystateparent's advertister at New Horizon Karate. Sounds great for boys with Autism, ADD, ADHD and more....
Cub Scout Pack - Boy Scout Troop - Venturing Crew
for boys with Autism, ADD, ADHD
Open House Nov. 21 at 4:00 PM
New Horizon Karate in West Boylston, Ma
New Horizon Karate in West Boylston will be the home for a new Cub Scout Pack, Boy Scout Troop, and a new Venturing Crew. The Scouting Programs have always been a way to help boys to grow up and develop into confident and strong young men with great values. These new programs are designed for boys with Autism, ADD, ADHD and other non verbal learning disabilities. These meetings will be held at New Horizon Karate in West Boylston with a staff experienced in helping these children gain confidence, social skills, earn badges, and be involved in a great program. Scouting offers personal development in achieving rank and badges as well as social development and team work. Remember a Boy Scout will always be Trustworthy, Loyal, Helpful, Friendly, Courteous, Kind, Obedient, Cheerful, Thrifty, Brave, Clean, and Reverent.
Cub Scout Pack forming for boys ages 7 - 10 or 1st to 5th Grade. This program will meet the special needs and concerns of children in this group. Parents and leaders are needed to help. Any parent who was ever a Cub Scout, Boy Scout or a member of a Venturing Crew can help and make a difference. Parents, if you were not a scout, now is the time to get involved.
Boy Scout Troop forming for boys ages 11 to 17 or 6th to 10th Grade. This program will help boys in the tough teen years. This group will be more active with hiking and camping. Parents and leaders are needed to help. Any parent who was ever a Cub Scout, Boy Scout or a member of a Venturing Crew can help and make a difference. Parents, if you were not a scout, now is the time to get involved.
Venturing Crew forming for teens and young men ages 14 to 20 or 9th Grade to 2nd year of college. Venturing helps guide a teen to independence. The Venturing Crew runs all aspect of the program with adult guidance and support. Crew members will be in charge of setting up, running, and cleaning up. They will keep track of financial records, planning meetings and events and running meetings and events with adult guidance and supervision. Parents and leaders are needed to help. This will help the teens learn to be in charge organize and get things done. Personal responsibility and group responsibility are both stresses.