Scouts With Special Needs
The basic premise of Scouting for youth with special needs is that every boy wants to participate fully and be respected like every other member of the troop. While there are, by necessity, troops exclusively composed of Scouts with disabilities, experience has shown that Scouting usually succeeds best when every boy is part of a patrol in a regular troop.
Application for Alternative Eagle Scout Merit Badges
NCAC Scouting With Disabilities Fact Sheet
Scouting for Youth With Disabilities Manual 2007 printing 34059
Here is a link to the Disabilities Awareness Merit Badge.
Chuck Chatlynne is both the Seneca District and NCAC Scouts With Special Needs contact person. He can be reached at: email@example.com