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Posted: 4/22/2014 | Categories: FMC News, Featured News
Maurisa Baker, director of the Fairfield Medical Center Autism Camp, accepted the McGhee Family Inspiration Award on March 27 from the Fairfield County Board of Developmental Disabilities. The award was one of eight given out during the 6th annual Celebration of Possibilities event at Bloom-Carroll Middle School.
The Autism Camp provides children on the autism spectrum with a structured curriculum that helps prepare them for school in an engaging way. The camp has been in existence for 11 years and encourages students to develop communication skills and gross and fine motor skills while having fun at the same time.
The McGhee Family Inspiration Award is given to an individual, business or organization that has made a significant difference in the lives of individuals with developmental disabilities and has helped enhance the quality of life in Fairfield County.