The Chalutzim program at Camp Barney Medintz is designed for children with special needs ages 10-22. Our camp is located in the North Georgia Mountains, about an hour and a half North of Atlanta. Campers in the Chalutzim program develop friendships, gain independent living skills, grow as members of the CBM community, and- most importantly- have lots of fun!
Camp Pennwood provides young people with intellectual disabilities the opportunity to enjoy a traditional day camp. Campers participate in activities such as arts and crafts, archery, swimming, and musical activities during the five-week summer run.
Shady Oaks is an 8 week residential summer camp for people with disabilities.
Kostopulos Dream Foundation's mission is to improve quality of life of individuals with disabilities through recreation and growth experiences.
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 65+ at four Greater Cincinnati locations. Learn more by clicking on the link to our website.
Campers will have access to stimulating activities that nurture both individual and social needs. By creating a safe environment that promotes social reciprocity, we are able to provide opportunities for our campers to learn and grow.
Clover Patch welcomes physically and/or developmentally disabled campers ages five and older. The program provides families and caregivers a period of reprieve while at the same time providing campers with a challenging, educational and fun outdoor living experience in a fully accessible natural setting.
DramaRamas is a unique musical theatre program for children ages 8-18 with special needs. It was awarded a special recognition of excellence by the Connecticut Critics Circle.
SibDays of Summer is a high-energy day camp for siblings ages 6-12 of brothers and sisters with disabilities. It's offered 10 am-3 pm daily at Plamann Park in Appleton, Wisconsin, from July 22-26, 2019 by WisconSibs, Inc.
Year round therapeutic recreation including summer camp, horseback riding, vacation camps on beautiful 20 acre campus conveniently accessible from routes 24 and 495
Beloved and Beyond summer camp is a place to BE loved, to BE love to others and to know you are BELOVED. One camper to one counselor. "Best week ever"
GET MOVING GET SOCIAL is a therapeutic summer camp that is guaranteed to be an enjoyable experience for your children. They will have daily workouts and develop their sports skills by learning the techniques of several sports as they develop their social skills. Each day will incorporate social activities and physical activities. We will also have some time for an arts and craft project and some yoga.
Day and residential camp programs in Annapolis and St Mary's, MD for youth with Learning Differences. Building self-confidence and social skills thru sailing. Low instructor to student ratio.
Providing recreational, therapeutic, and educational programs for children, teens, and adults with disabilities.
A day camp for adults with developmental disabilities. The focus is on fun, theme-based weeks. Camp has a beautiful pool and shelter area for activities. Right on Seneca Lake.
The Bridge Center offers Year Round, Summer Camp and Equine Assisted Programs for children and young adults with special needs. Quality programming to meet individual needs.
For over 30 years Camp Shalom has been a leader in summer camp programs for adults who have special needs. We have built many relationships with group homes and caregivers who rely on our camp every year to offer respite for caregivers and parents along with providing fun and meaningful vacations for their clients. Many of our guests have attended for over a decade and look forward to it every year.
Pioneer in Special Needs Day Camp Programming for More Than 25 Years! Kehilla campers can have an awesome summer and just be themselves in a safe, supportive, engaging environment.
Our camps are geared towards students at 3rd - 8th-grade academic levels or rising 9th graders to first-year college students. Both camps enhance social skills and maintain academic performance. Elementary/middle school students will develop their social skills through team-building exercises, enriching activities, and exciting field trips. High school focus topics will include physical well-being, mindfulness, and Adulting 101.