Boy Scouts of America
Youth with physical disabilities and youth and adults with developmental or cognitive challenges are welcome in the Boy Scouts of America. As outlined in this section, various accommodations exist to facilitate advancement. These youth do not need to join a special unit oriented to serving members with disabilities, although those exist and may be beneficial in some cases.
Victorville – Special Pack in the High Desert ages 5-20 years
Sherrie Allbritton (760) 955-1418
Heidi Battaglia-White 760) 217-7805
Have meetings year round. Meeting on Mondays at Corwin Park
18577 Corwin Rd., Apple Valley. Call for the latest schedule or visit
1751 Plum Lane, Redlands
(909) 307-6555 or 1 (800) 400-4475
The Girl Scout’s mission is to build girls of courage, confidence and character, who make the world a better place. The Girl Scout program is girl-driven and dedicated to teaching girls how to recognize their own potential, understand personal responsibility, focus on goal-setting and experience the thrill of accomplishment. Girls can strive to earn patches as they accomplish goals and tasks assigned to certain activities. Some topics of interest covered by the Girl Scout program include leadership and self-esteem, health and wellness, science, technology, engineering and math, the arts and travel and the environment.
The Autism Society Inland Empire Autism (ASIE) maintains these Resource Listings as a service to families as a reference tool. Every effort is made to ensure listings are up-to-date. ASIE does not endorse or claim to have personal knowledge of the abilities of those listed. The resources listed are not intended as a recommendation, referral, or endorsement of any resource or as a tool for verifying the credentials, qualifications, or abilities of any organization, product or professional. Users are urged to use independent judgment and request references when considering any resource associated with diagnosis or treatment of autism, or the provision of services related to autism.