A recreational and experiential educational program for Deaf and Hard of Hearing individuals from around the world.
Meet new friends and share experiences during this three-day camp for women ages 18 and older with physical disabilities.
Our camp is designed for individuals with motor disabilities in Loveland and Denver Metro area. Our camps are 2-6 week intensive programs that teach participants problem solving skills, ADL activities, and independence in their daily lives. Addressing areas typically learned in OT, PT, and SLT in a fun, group environment with 1:1 staffing.
Rocky Mountain Village provides recreational opportunities to people with disabilities in the beautiful Rocky Mountains.
Challenge Aspen is dedicated to improving lives by presenting meaningful recreational, educational and cultural experiences to individuals facing cognitive or physical challenges.
Social Skills Summer Programs with a Recreation and Life Skills Focus
Conductive Education therapy summer camps for children and teenagers with MOTOR DISABILITES
Free medically supported summer camp for kids with serious illnesses.
Ascendigo welcomes people ages 7 and up with an autism spectrum disorder, including classic autism, PDD-NOS, Asperger's and related diagnoses. Participants of any athletic ability can succeed. We pride ourselves in ensuring progress in our sports while having lots of fun!
Camp Comfort is a grief camp for children 6 - 12 who have experienced a death of a family member or friend. Camp Comfort offers weekend long camps and a day camp. At camp, kids engage in grief workshops and therapeutic art and participate in exciting recreational activities. Camp Comfort is a wonderful place for kids to build meaningful relationships, learn they are not alone in their grief journey and have fun just being kids!
Wilderness Adventure Camps for children with sensory processing disorders, developmental disabilities and visual impairments.
Using kayaking as a metaphor for life and its many ups and downs, we strive to prove to young adults battling cancer that they can do anything, despite or because of their disease.