In their mission to help change lives, members of the Student Occupational Therapy Association (SOTA) at Lone Star College-Tomball assisted campers with multiple sclerosis (MS) at Camp Can Do, held May 13-15 in Burton.
Camp Can Do provides a safe and relaxing environment for persons with MS. Campers enjoy horseback riding, canoeing, fishing, swimming, dancing, yoga, nature walks, a rope course, arts and crafts, group games and campfires. The camp has a “no-family policy” so families and caregivers can enjoy a short vacation as well.
The 21 SOTA students dedicated themselves to the Camp Can Do guests over the three-day weekend, ensuring they could participate in all of the activities and events. Both campers and aides had fun. To add to the fun, Camp Can Do promoted a “cops and robbers” theme, and the SOTA “task force” dressed as members of a police SWAT team.
For more information on Camp Can Do, visit CampForAll.org. To learn more about the Occupational Therapy Assistant Program at LSC-Tomball, visit LoneStar.edu/TomballOTA.
At Right: The Student Occupational Therapy Association at Lone Star College-Tomball assisted campers with multiple sclerosis at Camp Can Do, held May 13-15 in Burton.
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With more than 69,000 students in credit classes for Spring 2011 and a total enrollment of more than 85,000, Lone Star College System is the largest institution of higher education in the Houston area and the fastest-growing community college system in Texas. Dr. Richard Carpenter is the chancellor of LSCS, which consists of five colleges: LSC-CyFair, LSC-Kingwood, LSC-Montgomery, LSC-North Harris and LSC-Tomball; six centers; LSC-University Park; LSC-University Center at Montgomery; LSC-University Center at University Park; Lone Star Corporate College; and LSC-Online. To learn more, visit LoneStar.edu.