Equestrian camp also providing creek hiking, fishing, outdoor cooking, gardening, music and arts and crafts for boys and girls ages 5 to 20.
Our camp is designed for children with motor disabilities in Loveland and Denver Metro area. Our camps are 3 week intensive programs that teach children problem solving skills, ADL actvities and independence in their daily lives.
Camp Discovery is a special needs summer camp where kids learn social skills in a fun and interactive environment. Age appropriate social skills are taught through a complete curriculum created by First Children’s Board Certified Behavior Analysts (BCBA). Activities and lessons are taught in an applied behavior analysis (ABA) format and conducted by highly trained behavior technicians.
Camp Pennwood provides young people with intellectual disabilities the opportunity to enjoy a traditional day camp. Campers participate in activities such as arts and crafts, archery, swimming, and musical activities during the five-week summer run.
EVERYONE IS WELCOME! As the only camp in the area that does not turn campers away, ARCh Camp Pow Wow welcomes children and adults with learning disabilities, cognitive challenges, autism spectrum disorders, physical health difficulties and a variety of other diagnoses. Some campers use wheelchairs, walkers or other devices to enhance mobility, while others require a regimen of medications or diligent monitoring of blood sugar.
Summer Say & Play Speech-Language & Occupational Therapy Program
Constraint-Induced Movement Therapy (CIMT) is an intensive treatment approach for children with decreased use of one upper extremity (hemiparesis/hemiplegia) due to stroke, CP, or other neurological disorder.
A sleep away camp experience that promotes personal growth and fosters independence for individuals with special needs. Opened in 1968, Camp Civitan offers week-long summer camp sessions and year-round weekend camps at a 15-acre accessible facility in the cool Northern Arizona town of Williams.
Camp designed to engage children with physical, cognitive or behavioral challenges in traditional camp activities. Environment designed to provide all campers with appropriate opportunities to socialize with like peers. Our staff are specially trained to work with children and adults with physical disabilities, cognitive delays, and work with all behaviors.
We provide inclusive camping, afterschool, and weekend opportunities for children with developmental and physical disabilities.
Special needs childrens camp in beautiful Southampton Long Island offering the summer of a lifetime!
Co-ed residential special needs children's camp with fun, safe and therapeutic daily activities for social and independence growth.
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. August 21 - 25, 2018
For children and adults with special needs - deep in the Green Mountains of Vermont.
Experiential outdoor adventure sleep away camps for kids and adults with mental and physical disabilities.
Watch Me Grow’s Summer Camp helps children of all developmental levels grow, learn, have fun and enhance their developmental skills!
Camp Tuolumne Trails is dedicated to providing an enriching and fun camp experience in a facility especially designed and built for children, teens, and adults with special needs.
Camp Conquest is a Christ-centered, week-long, overnight camp for children and adults with special needs, chronic illnesses and disabilities.
The premiere camping experience for people with disabilities. It's a five days, 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. * May 28- June 1, 2018
Camp Inclusion is a summer day camp in Howard County Maryland that focuses on social interaction between the campers and their non-disabled peers through sports and games.