Regular summer camp for deaf and hard-of-hearing children age 9 to 17. All staff members use American Sign Language. week 1 & 4 are trip camps and week 2 & 3 are horse program camps.
MHKC empowers individuals with developmental disabilities through equitable access to the outdoors and recreation. We provide a can-do, accepting, caring, friendly, independence-, and confidence-building environment. We have provided residential camping programs since 1933. In 1957, our focus changed to primarily serving individuals with disabilities. We are American Camp Association certified.
Opportunities for multi-ability, multi-cultural, multi-aged to engage in fun and fulfilling camp activities. A culture of respect serves as the foundation of this state licensed, accredited, non-denominational Christian camp serving people with special needs since 1983.
A special needs camp for children with social learning and communications challenges.
For four days and 3 nights children with epilepsy (ages 7-17), enjoy all the fun activities and friendships that come with a classic trip to summer camp. While partaking in camp adventures and entertainment, the children are able to leave behind various challenges epilepsy can bring to their daily lives.
Easterseals Oregon's barrier-free summer camp for children and adults with disabilities and/or special needs provides a place where activities are designed to be inclusive. Campers discover new abilities, gain independence, make lifelong friendships, and build lasting memories. In addition, caregivers receive respite time to rejuvenate themselves. Our camp sessions are five-days and four-nights in July at Evans Creek Retreat.
Camp Yakety Yak helps children with special needs grow socially and emotionally by improving their communication skills. Structured in a fun, day camp setting in Lake Oswego, Oregon, Camp Yakety Yak is staffed with knowledgeable professionals and caring volunteers to teach friendship skills to children and young adults, age 6-19. Siblings welcome!
Autistic Community Activity Program (ACAP) provides education through recreation for people with Autism (ASD) via fun daily recreational community activities and learning experiences.
Providing recreational camp opportunities for people with special needs in the Pacific Northwest since 1978.
Our half day camps are specially designed to support children who thrive in active environments. Through gymnastics & targeted daily activities, participants will have fun in a well supported environment!