Spring has finally come and summer planning is in full swing. Sequor YDI would like to focus the next two monthly issues on resources related to youth summer camps. For this newsletter, we will provide links to resources that are aimed toward parents and might be useful when trying to answer camp related questions.
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This is the first place parents should check for answers related to youth summer camps. Throughout the ACA website, parents will find numerous resources from youth development outcomes to information about scholarships to help outset cost of attendance. Additionally, this website resource provides information about the following:
Able, Active, and Adaptive Conference at Texas A&M University. The conference will be on Friday, April 20th-Saturday, April 21st from 8:00 AM to 4:00 PM. This conference seeks to promote the inclusion of and support for individuals with disabilities and movement disorders in enhancing their physical capabilities.
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There are research briefs, webinars and fact sheets on our website? Check out the website for more information at www.ydi.tamu.edu
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The YDI Project Team
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Welcome to the home of the Sequor Youth Development Initiative on the web. Our mission is to meet needs of public and not-for-profit agency managers, staff, and researchers for science based information to improve youth program staff competencies, program design and evaluation. We also aim to serve as a resource for further developing, improving, and evaluating the impact of current youth development programs and services