Slippery Rock University's Recreational Therapy Program is hosted its annual Camp ROCK: Recreational Opportunities Connecting Kids, June 20 to July 1. This extended school year program is for youths ages 12-21 with autism spectrum disorder. Seventeen campers are attending this year's Camp ROCK, weekdays from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. at SRU's Storm Harbor Equestrian Center. The camp provides recreational therapy using therapeutic horseback riding, sports, aquatics, horticulture, art expression, fishing and drumming. New this year, participants are learning about dog agility training. Fourteen SRU recreational therapy students are facilitating the programs under the leadership of Heather Bright, assistant professor of recreational therapy.