Welcome to Camp Ho Mita Koda! There are a lot new and exciting changes that are happening at camp this summer. As we enter into our 89th year of camp it is our goal to improve your child’s self-management skills, decrease distress for you and your camper, and improve your camper’s sense of diabetes strengths and resilience after camp. Of course your camper will have a lot of fun and make many life changing friendships and memories along the way.
Located on 52 acres in the Cleveland Metroparks Mill Stream Run Reservation in Strongsville, Camp Cheerful is Ohio's first barrier-free camp. Camp Cheerful offers residential co-ed sessions in a beautiful outdoor environment for children and adults ages 7 and older with and without special needs.
Summer camp should be a special experience for every child - especially those living with the challenge of diabetes. Through our camp programs, children/teens have fun, form lasting friendships and learn the skills to manage their diabetes for a lifetime.
The summer camp program at Camp Paradise has provided a safe and secure environment for children and adults with disabilities since 1967. Campers get the opportunity to participate in a variety of activities and build friendships that last a lifetime!
Monarch's five-week ESY program is designed for individuals ages 13-20 with Autism Spectrum Disorders (and similar social skills deficits) who are interested in developing leadership, communication, social and life skills, while performing community service projects.
Camp Courageous serves children and adults with all types of special needs and developmental disabilities. We offer summer day and residential camp, and fall respite weekends.
SMILE Summer Camp was developed for children with disabilities out of a need to provide them with a fun, interactive way to further develop their social skills and to help these kids have a better summer - and a better life.
Camp Nuhop is residential summer camp for children with learning differences diagnosed but not limited to: ADD, ADHD, LD and Asperger's Syndrome.