Raise The Roof For Autism
New & Exciting Adventure Travel Program - Exclusive For A.I.M!
Register For Our FREE Virtual Informational Meeting
Feb. 3, 2023 - 3:00 pm.
(Lasts Approximately 30 Minutes)
Hosted by Spectrum Scholars & Raise The Roof For Autism!
To Get Your Personalized Zoom Invitation
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Limited To Matriculated UDEL Spectrum Scholars, Parents & Guardians.
Preregister For The Event By NOON on Feb. 3, 2023.
The winner Must Be Present For The Entire 30 Minute Info Meeting - Valid Email Address is Required - One Entry Per Family.
No Obligation - There is nothing to purchase!
The prize has no cash value. One winner will be selected at the end of the session!
Spectrum Scholar Adventure
Join UDEL University Students Only
on an adventure of learning, living & FUN!
Virtual Sessions Begin - July 17 - Adventure Dates August 15 - 20, 2023
The Sonoran Desert
Red Rocks of Sedona
Grand Canyon (1% Club)
Waputki & Walnut Canyon National Monuments & More!
Great Private Guides
Ancient Cultural Sites
Hanging By Pool
Sedona Red Rocks
LMAO, Along The Way!
4- Week Prepatory Virtual Classes
Virtual Sessions Begin July 17, 2023
Life-Learning Classes & Adventure
At the heart of RTRFA is an indelible link between the student, appropriate training, and life-learning adventure travel.
The combination artfully incorporates skills learned in the virtual setting into a real-world dynamic, changing classroom. All adventure itineraries are designed to foster and develop group dynamics while exploring new places and sensory environments. Individual learning styles, abilities, and interests are incorporated to encourage choice-based decision-making. Once these links are solidified within the student, they can be generalized into a lasting effect throughout the student's life.
Getting Physical & Unique Perspectives
The Raise The Roof For Autism's physical training and preparation and achievement component is a life-affirming, confidence-building, and life-skills program. Our 10-Week Virtual Program culminates with a multiday adventure.
With each life skills-building adventure, participants are engaged in comprehensive, interpretive, and interactive experiences with local experts, guides, and professional educators in a safe environment.
Students can look forward to learning the following skills.
Social communication skills include conversational skills, using humor, rumors, gossip, and choosing appropriate friends.
Time Management, including seeing time visually and how to plan for long-term projects/activities.
Problem-Solving includes using a decision-making process to determine the best solutions to common problems.
Organization, including using common everyday tools to help stay organized.
Budgeting -including how to plan financially for your travel adventure.
Physical Training includes following an individualized physical training program to ensure success and build confidence.