“Camp fun!! So fun!!” were Connor’s words on repeat during the car ride home from his first summer at Zajac Ranch for Children a few years ago. The continued excitement and eagerness to return confirmed
Aidan has lived with a developmental coordination disorder since early childhood. He struggles with speech apraxia, low cognitive ability and he demonstrates some characteristics found on the autism spectrum.
Jayden is nothing short of admirable. He was diagnosed with autism when he was almost five years old, has a severe learning deficiency and was non-verbal, with only a few sounds, at age five.
Mason feels accepted at Zajac Ranch, which is a big win. As he gets older he's noticing his differences and is insecure by how his face looks compared to other kids. He didn't know there were other kids
Garrison is one of our Young Adult Campers and this is his second year at Zajac Ranch. He currently lives in Kelowna and he earnestly awaits for the time when he can come to the beautiful shores of Stave
The food, the gentle horses and cannonballing into the warm waters of Stave Lake are some of Alex’s favourite things at Zajac Ranch.
When Alex was four years old, he was diagnosed with ASD and PDD-NOS.
What does attending Zajac Ranch mean for Victor? It means freedom; freedom to be his fun, playful, and social self with peers and counsellors without the pressures and demands of the school setting. It