Subject: 2020 Autism Summer Camp cancelled


     Due to the COVID-19 pandemic and unknown timeline of Indiana’s “Stay at Home” mandate, the 2020 Autism Summer Camp at Ball State University has been cancelled. We have rescheduled the camp originally planned for June 15 to July 22 this year for Summer 2021. 


     Staff work on camp throughout the year, including extensive training and preparation, and are saddened to inform the families and their children in Central Indiana of this decision. However, we must act in a socially responsible manner. We are announcing our decision now so you could have as much time as possible to adjust your plans. The tradition of providing a fun and academically challenging camp experience for children with autism will continue in Summer 2021.



Shannon Titus Dieringer, PhD, BCBA-D

Associate Professor

Assistant Chair of the Department of Special Education and Director of the M.A. in ABA/Autism Program 

Ball State University

TC 725

Muncie, IN 47304

Office - 765-285-6507


The Center for Autism Spectrum Disorder (CASD) was founded to produce meaningful answers to the questions that most challenge the Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) community. By using rigorous research methods and addressing crucial gaps in services, our team seeks to serve those affected by ASD. We also seek to build the capacity of communities to meet the growing needs of individuals with ASD, their families, and the professionals who work with them. Toward that end, we train graduate and undergraduate students to provide services in the context of applied research. We strive to generate innovative, time-efficient, and cost-effective treatments that work, so that people with ASD can reach their full potential.

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