The Tourette Syndrome Camp USA, founded in 1994, is a residential camping program designed for girls and boys ages 8 - 16+ whose primary diagnosis is TS and OCD and to a lesser degree, ADD/ADHD. The goal of the camp is to allow children with TS/OCD an opportunity to meet other children, share similar experiences and coping mechanisms in a fun, safe and positive environment
An innovative single gender overnight camp for kids who need help improving their social skills. Based on work presented at the World Gifted Conference, Camp Sequoia provides campers a meaningful opportunity to become the best version of themselves with a 2:5 staffing ratio on a modern campus. Our male campers and female campers live and enjoy separate campuses and have meaningful opportunities to engage with each other on weekly trips and campwide events.
With both day and sleepaway boarding options, Oakland’s five-week summer program offers a healthy mix of academic support and traditional camp fun. Students ages 7-13 (9-13 for boarding), with or without learning difficulties, enjoy small class sizes and 1:1 instruction along with recreational activities like horseback riding, swimming, archery, arts, and more.
Timbertop is a Wisconsin Overnight Summer Camp designed for Kids that have been identified by their School District as needing extra help for a special learning disability. Specific learning disabilities may include: OHI, ADHD, ADD, Dyslexia, LD and SLD. Kids receiving support services such as Leveled Learning Intervention (LLI), Reading Support and Title 1, are also eligible.
The Gow School's five-week program is designed for students ages 8-16 who possess the potential to excel but who have struggled in school or who have been diagnosed with such learning disabilities as dyslexia, central auditory processing disorder, dysgraphia, dyscalculia, ADHD, and ADD.
Our shorter week program is perfect for and welcomes kids with profiles of ADHD, Anxiety, Sensory Profiles, and High Functioning Autism.
Long Island sleep-away camp for children and adults with developmental disabilities.
A summer reading camp program for students with learning disabilities and related difficulties such as dyslexia, auditory processing, speech deficits and other learning differences. Specializing in the Orton-Gillingham approach.
Camp Altitude is committed to providing a safe, fun and rewarding summer experience that promotes social learning and independent living skills.
Full day licensed youth camp for children with sensory processing differences and special needs. Collaborative program combines Occupational, Speech and Music Therapy as well as Therapeutic Art, Bike Riding Instruction, Social Skills, Self Regulation Program and so much more! Our competitively priced program has been carefully designed with small group size and low camper to staff ratio of 3:1 to ensure camper success. Enroll today!
Camp Alsing is a co-ed Maine sleep-away camp in Maine for young people who have Autism, ADHD, anxiety other social challenges. We work on strategies related to social connection, anxiety management and collaboration in a traditional camp environment.
Our campers are primarily independent with ADLs and our staff:camper ratio is 1:3.
Since our start in 1963 as Greater Cincinnati's first summer camp for children with disabilities, Stepping Stones has a long history of innovation! Today, we offer a variety of recreation programs year-round for ages 5 to 64 at four Greater Cincinnati locations. Learn more by clicking on the link to our website.
Transitions programs teach young adults with autism, ADHD, nonverbal learning disabilities and other learning differences skills such as executive functioning, leadership, self-advocacy, wellness, social relationship building and independent living. Students also experience socially rich recreational opportunities, memorable Adirondack outings, college tours and entertainment opportunities in a safe, supportive environment.
Adirondack Expressions Art Camp is a joint project of the Transitions program and the Paul Nigra Center for Creative Arts. The camp is for young adults aged 15-27 who have learning differences and want to learn about art. Students can choose to stay overnight at the camp or attend just for the day. The activities, projects and social events here will promote each camper’s unique talents, creativity and self-esteem!