Surf camps for visually impaired children
A young boy in a wetsuit walks across the sand, away from the camera carrying a surf board on his head.Nearly ten years ago, Cliff Skudin was asked to help with a surf camp for autistic kids. He had never heard of the concept but jumped in to help and had a great experience. But after some time, he decided to venture out and start a new organization that would include kids with varying abilities and disabilities to ensure that everyone who wanted to learn to surf could have the opportunity.
This article is a question and answer with Cliff on the organization, his motivation and how learning to surf affects kids.
If you are living with vision loss, we offer a variety of programs that may be of use to you.
Surfing for all

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