We offer experiential, adventure-based, wilderness and therapeutic activities for children, individuals and families navigating Neurobiological Disorders, Aspergers Syndrome, Autism Spectrum Disorders, Learning Disabilities and other special needs.
The Get Away is a premiere vacation/camp experience for people with physical and/or intellectual disabilities. Each activity is designed with one thing in mind; to allow those attending the Get Away to experience the best week of the year, make new friends and leave with a renewed self-esteem.
Art It Out's SOCIAL SKILLS summer camp uses dynamic art therapy activities to teach and enhance social skills, such as: listening and following directions, joining in with peers, managing anxiety, expressing anger and frustration appropriately, and conversation skills.
BlazeSports Summer Camp 2015 is a residential sport and recreation camp for youth ages 7-17 with physical disabilities.
Cumberland Academy of Georgia is a school that specializes in the needs of children with high functioning Autism, Asperger's, LD, ADD,and ADHD.
By weaving sensory integration and therapeutic interventions into days packed full of summer fun, we offer your camper a one-of-a-kind camp experience.
A 1 week overnight camp for children ages 8-17 who have been diagnosed with Tourette Syndrome. A place to just be a kid!
Excel will be hosting a summer camp for students with mild intellectual and developmental disabilities (I/DD) interested in learning more about college and visiting Georgia Tech's campus. Recommended attendees are upcoming high school juniors and seniors interested in pursuing a college certificate program at Georgia Tech and career development opportunities.
Camp Big Heart is an overnight summer camp for campers with mild to moderate special needs
Camp Orion is a day camp for complex 5-13 year old children with social and emotional challenges including ADHD, Asperger's. The focus is on social skills, self regulation and most importantly, self esteem
Summer learning with a whole lot of fun!
Constraint-Induced Movement Therapy is an treatment approach for children with decreased use of one upper extremity (hemiparesis/hemiplegia) by constraining the unaffected arm with a cast.
Using art, games, music, imrpov, team challenges, activities, and discussions to develop social skills and create positive interactions
A fun packed, intense two week day camp incorporating physical therapy for balance, vestibular and coordination , speech therapy and multisensory reading instruction with Orton Gillingham and Lindamood Bell. To top it off a comedic drama which is a silly take off on Jack and the Beanstalk complete with middle ages costumes and adventure.
Embrace Special Needs Summer Camp is a place for special needs children ages 3 years-11 years to continue socializing and learning over their summer break! Many special needs children regress in their school/personal goals over summer because their routine is disrupted, but Embrace Special Needs Camp provides a safe and nurturing learning environment where your special needs child can keep practicing their goals throughout the summer and have fun doing it! All our camp teachers have special needs experience!
Language Arts and math academic summer session for students that learn differently. Certified teachers; individually focused.
Camp Caglewood is a Special Needs Camp that offers weekend camping trips and day camps programs for children and adults with developmental disabilities.
Lindsey's Place is a Not for Profit Center services the needs of individuals with special needs. Our goal is to provide an enriching program to help individuals grow socially, independently, mentally, and physically. The environment is one of care and fun. Bringing a well needed service to the special needs communities of the South.
PRISM's summer program serves young adults age 16 & up.
The Georgia Lions' Camp for the Blind is a summer camp for visually impaired children and adults.
Camp TALk is a summer day camp program which focuses on developing communication skills for children with special needs through movement.
Children 12 to 17 throughout the Southeast diagnosed with autism spectrum disorder (ASD) now have a special Jewish summer camp with a supportive environment that encourages social interaction and personal growth. Beginning this summer, Camp Ramah Darom will offer a new Tikvah program with two four-week summer experiences designed specifically for ASD campers. Camp Ramah Darom's Tikvah Program will be the first program in the Southeast focused on providing a traditional, immersive, Jewish summer camping experience to teenagers with autism spectrum disorder. The program will be fully integrated into a community that is steeped in Jewish celebration, learning, and ritual.