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Authentic Voices of America AVA Camp
The Authentic Voices of America camp provides young people who have severe speech impairments the opportunity to enhance their community participation by developing communication skills using augmentative devices. This week-long residential camp, held at the University of Wisconsin-Whitewater, offers participants the chance to gain a greater awareness of their abilities and to build their independence and self-confidence, while having fun. Camp activities are designed to “unlock” the unique voice within each participant. The over-arching goal of this camp is to offer participants an opportunity to have fun, gain greater awareness of their abilities, and build their independence and self-confidence. One of the unique aspect of Authentic Voices of America is that its founder and Director, Jon Feucht, also uses a communication device, due to his Cerebral Palsy.