Special Needs Summer Camps in North Carolina

Balsam, NC

SOAR offers high adventure summer camps designed specifically for youth diagnosed with ADHD and LD, that promote friendships, increase self-confidence, and develop life skills.

Randleman, NC

Victory Junction Mission: To enrich the lives of children with chronic or life-threatening illnesses by providing camping experiences that are memorable, exciting, fun, empowering, physically safe and medically sound.

Black Mountain, NC

We offer a unique program for individuals with autism using visually structured programming, 1:1 and 1:2 positive support from well trained college and graduate students, development of independent living skills, and opportunities for engaging in social interaction with peers.

Camp Dogwood is a weekly overnight summer camp for the blind and visually impaired people of North Carolina. Campers enjoy boating, fishing, waterskiing, tubing, swimming, crafts, field trips, etc.

Wake Forest, NC

GIG Kids Camp works to allow kids needing a strict gluten-free diet to be able to have a normal summer camp experience.

The premiere camping experience for people with disabilities. It's a five day, in residence, camp-style retreat for people with cognitive or physical disabilities to find fellowship with others, both with and without disabilities and to experience the best week of their year. Cost is $450.00 August 10-14 2015

Speech and language camp for kids (ages 4-8)

Camp SAY is a life-changing summer camp for young people who stutter, ages 8-18. Our camp combines the highest-quality traditional summer camp experience with innovative programs that help kids & teens build confidence, communication and friendships - speech therapy is available too.

Multiple summer camps offered throughout the summer promoting multi-sensory fun and an environment to improve social and language skills.

Zirconia, NC

Talisman Programs offers a summer camp experience for children and adolescents with ADHD, learning disabilities, Non-verbal learning disorder, and Asperger's Syndrome.

Each counselor is responsible for leading 1-2 campers each session through a week of typical camping activities, such as swimming, arts and crafts, hiking, boating, etc. Responsibilities include adapting activities and environments to camper needs, assisting campers in areas of communication, personal care, and other deficit areas, and encouraging participation.





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