Thursday, January 29, 2015
BSA alternative requirements ensure youth with disabilities get the most out of Scouting
by Bryan on Scouting - Blog
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Special needs or disabilities shouldn't stop a young person from joining Scouting and thriving in our life-changing program.
Fortunately, they don't.
BSA alternative requirements benefit Scouts or Venturers with a wide range of documented disabilities, including those that are physical and/or cognitive. These modified requirements allow a registered member to remain in Cub Scouts beyond age 11, in Boy Scouts beyond age 17 and in Venturing or Sea Scouts beyond age 20.
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