BlazeSports Summer Camp 2015 is a residential sport and recreation camp for youth ages 7-17 with physical disabilities.
CampCare provides a special time when individuals with special needs make friends, have fun, and explore their special gifts and talents in a warm and nurturing environment.
At Heaven's Gait Therapeutic Riding Summer camp riders are led by trained instructors and enjoy a one-to-one ratio. While attending camp riders will participate in the following activities: daily horseback riding instruction, Sensory Trail Stations, proper grooming technique instruction, care of tack, proper use of tack, barn chores and crafts. The Horseshow is our culminating activity each week.
Sib Leaders In Training (SibLIT) is for older teens interested is connecting with other siblings who understand the challenges and joys of growing up with a sibling with disabilities. Campers stay in cabins. Guides facilitate team-building and leadership activities.
Camp ASCCA is a year-round 236 acre camp, located on beautiful Lake Martin in Alabama. We serve children and adults with mental and/or physical disabilities. Our mission is to help people with disabilities achieve equality, dignity and maximum independence. We take pride in offering a wide variety of exciting educational, social and recreational activities. Camp ASCCA is an ACA accredited camp.
Residential year-round camp, Weekend respite and week-long and weekend Travel Program.
Rocky Mountain Village provides recreational opportunities to people with disabilities in the beautiful Rocky Mountains.
Camp Variety is a day camp for children with disabilities, with an allotment of spaces for children without disabilities (to promote inclusion of all youth). The mission statement of the camp is to provide children with and without disabilities with life enriching social, wellness, and recreational programs in a safe, inclusive environment.
Kamp Kaleidoscope is a specialized daily summer program for individuals with developmental disabilities to have an enriching experience. While campers are having fun learning new things and meeting new friends, their families rest assure knowing they are in good hands! Weekly themes are incorporated into science and environmental projects, recreational opportunities, social and educational community outings, and health and wellness activities.
Providing a residential camping experience for children and adults with disabilities. We concentrate on camper's abilities, not disabilities.
The WI Youth Leadership Forum is a career awareness and leadership training program for high school juniors and seniors with disabilities from throughout the State of Wisconsin.
Respite Camp allows individuals to enjoy the out of doors in a supportive one to one ratio while giving the caregivers a needed break.
Free medically supported summer camp for kids with serious illnesses.
Outdoor recreation camps for children with disabilities.
Special Needs Campers: We offer a unique adaptive therapeutic approach based on principles of Applied Behavior Analysis, focusing on the development of independent life skills, socialization, behavior modification and academic instruction to meet IEP goals, as well as any goals you personally may have for your child.
The Double H Ranch was founded by Charles R. Wood and Paul Newman and is a camp for children with life threatening and chronic illnesses. All campers attend for one week, free of charge.
Camp LIGHT is a summer camp for children ages 6-17, located in the beautiful Shenandoah Valley. Our mission is to show kids with special needs and circumstances that life is only limited by their imagination, and to give them new tools and skills, along with love and support, to inspire them to become anything they can dream.
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!
SpringHill Camps - Summer Camp for everyone
PoW-Wows are summer language groups led by a speech-language pathologist consisting of communication development, language-based activities, play therapy, and brief individual sessions.