SOAR provides experiential education, life skills development, and adventure programs to youth with ADHD and other learning challenges

SOAR provides experiential education, life skills development, and adventure programs to youth with ADHD and other learning challenges
SOAR provides experiential education, life skills development, and adventure programs to youth with ADHD and other learning challenges
SOAR provides experiential education, life skills development, and adventure programs to youth with ADHD and other learning challenges
SOAR provides experiential education, life skills development, and adventure programs to youth with ADHD and other learning challenges

SOAR provides experiential education, life skills development, and adventure programs to youth with ADHD and other learning challenges

SOAR provides experiential education, life skills development, and adventure programs to youth with ADHD and other learning challenges

SOAR provides experiential education, life skills development, and adventure programs to youth with ADHD and other learning challenges

SOAR focuses on turning learning disabilities into learning challenges through opportunities for success. SOAR stands for “Success Oriented, Achievements Realized,” a philosophy that is the organization’s key tenet in its dedication to fostering growth within neurodiverse communities. SOAR’s mission focuses on empowering individuals, nurturing resilience, and fostering social connections among those with unique abilities.

SOAR provides experiential education, life skills development, and adventure programs to youth with ADHD and other learning challenges

A 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization, SOAR was founded in 1977 by an adult with learning disabilities who believed that focusing on an individual’s strengths, rather than deficits, was critical in ensuring success. Throughout the past 45 years, SOAR programs including summer camps, GAP (Gateway Adventure Program), and The Academy at SOAR initiatives have been adapted around the specific needs of youth diagnosed with ADHD (Attention Deficit / Hyperactivity Disorder) and other learning disabilities. 

SOAR’s understanding of the neurodiverse youth and young adults they serve is reflected in everything they do — in the way they approach challenges and adventures, structure each day, handle conflicts, and celebrate each participant’s abilities. By fostering a culture of success-oriented growth, nurturing strengths, and promoting outdoor experiences, SOAR empowers individuals to thrive and achieve their aspirations. 

About: John Willson, MS, LRT/CTRS, is Executive Director for SOAR, the world’s premier adventure program serving youth with ADHD (Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder) and LD (Learning Disabilities). SOAR’s outdoor adventure-based programs provide academic instruction, experiential education, and life skills development for youth and young adults ages 8-25. SOAR stands for Success-Oriented, Achievements Realized. With a passion for fostering resilience and nurturing strengths in neurodiverse communities, John is a respected advocate among those who serve individuals with learning differences and attention challenges. 

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