Inclusive equestrian camp for children and teens providing horseback riding, creek hiking, fishing, outdoor cooking, gardening, music, arts and crafts, yoga, dance, team building games, special guests and so much more! Every day is structured and scheduled with multiple activity choices to suit everyone's interests.
Meaningful Relationships - Executive Function Skills - Emotional Regulation - Social Skills - Self Esteem - Well Being
Camp No Limb-itations gives kids with amputations and limb deficiencies the opportunity to meet other kids and teens like them during a week-long camp experience. Campers participate in traditional camp activities while building long-lasting friendships.
Lindsey's Place is a Not for Profit Center services the needs of individuals with special needs. Our goal is to provide an enriching program to help individuals grow socially, independently, mentally, and physically. The environment is one of care and fun. Bringing a well needed service to the special needs communities of the South.
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.
Camp Big Heart is an overnight summer camp for campers with mild to moderate special needs
Excel will be hosting a summer camp for students with mild intellectual and developmental disabilities (I/DD) interested in learning more about college and visiting Georgia Tech's campus. Recommended attendees are upcoming high school juniors and seniors interested in pursuing a college certificate program at Georgia Tech and career development opportunities.
Camp Dream is a recreational, traditional summer camp experience for children and young adults with moderate to severe physical and developmental disabilities. Camp Dream is 100% volunteer, offering a one-to-one camper-counselor ratio. Camp Dream is a barrier free environment that has never turned away a camper due to the severity of their disability or their financial capability.
Camp directed at providing speech therapy for children making errors specifically related to cleft palate. Kids Working on HART focuses on making sounds fun so kids can be excited about their speech and want to practice it anytime!
The Georgia Lions' Camp for the Blind is a summer camp for visually impaired children and adults.
Children 12 to 17 throughout the Southeast diagnosed with autism spectrum disorder (ASD) now have a special Jewish summer camp with a supportive environment that encourages social interaction and personal growth. Beginning this summer, Camp Ramah Darom will offer a new Tikvah program with two four-week summer experiences designed specifically for ASD campers.
Camp Krazy Legs gives kids with spina bifida the opportunity to meet other kids and teens like them during a week-long camp experience. Campers participate in traditional camp activities while building long-lasting friendships.
Language Arts and math academic summer session for students that learn differently. Certified teachers; individually focused.
Camp TALk is a summer day camp program which focuses on developing communication skills for children with special needs through movement.
Camp Caglewood is a Special Needs Camp that offers weekend camping trips and day camps programs for children and adults with developmental disabilities.
BlazeSports Summer Camp 2015 is a residential sport and recreation camp for youth ages 7-17 with physical disabilities.
By weaving sensory integration and therapeutic interventions into days packed full of summer fun, we offer your camper a one-of-a-kind camp experience.
Cumberland Academy of Georgia is a school that specializes in the needs of children with high functioning Autism, Asperger's, LD, ADD,and ADHD.
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.