Each summer we offer a unique, skills-based summer program for teens and adults with disabilities. Since 2014, campers have engaged in cooking, yoga, hiking, socialization, geocaching, technology, self-care, communication skills, Zumba, meditation, money management, art, theater, self-expression, self-advocacy, and so much more.
Camp Ronald McDonald at Eagle Lake is a fully accessible residential summer camp that serves children who are 'at-risk', disadvantaged and /or living with emotional, physical and developmental disabilties.
Camp Aristotle helps students improve and maintain their social and self-regulation skills in an engaging and supportive environment.
PoW-Wows are language groups held during school breaks (summer, winter, spring) led by a speech-language pathologist consisting of communication development, language-based activities, play therapy, and brief individual/dyad sessions.
YAI- Mainstreaming At Camp (MAC) - A program ran in partnership with Frost Valley YMCA in the Catskill mountains of New York State serving children and young adults with developmental disabilities from 8-18 in an inclusive setting striving to expand the reach of summer camp to all people.
Rocky Mountain Village provides recreational opportunities to people with disabilities in the beautiful Rocky Mountains.
The Arc Shiawassee's summer day camp is designed for teens and adults, age 12 and up, with intellectual and developmental disabilities. This camp is a place where everyone will have fun making new friends, building new skills and growing more independent.
Tech Kids Unlimited teaches technology skill to special needs children ages 7-21.
Camp Altitude is committed to providing a safe, fun and rewarding summer experience that promotes social learning and independent living skills.
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.
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, age 6-11. Siblings welcome!
Camp Millhouse is a residential summer camp for people of all ages with varying disabilities.
True Friends is a non profit organizatioon providing services for children and adults with developmental, physical and learning disabilities. We are accredited by the American Camp Association.
Wilderness Adventure Camps for children with sensory processing disorders, developmental disabilities and visual impairments.
Challenge Aspen is dedicated to improving lives by presenting meaningful recreational, educational and cultural experiences to individuals facing cognitive or physical challenges.
Weekend for Improving Social Effectiveness (W.I.S.E.): Weekend overnight camp program for children to improve social-emotional and problem-solving skills through group training, recreational, and sports activities; founded more than 15 ago.
Kamp Kaleidoscope is a specialized daily summer program for individuals with developmental disabilities to have an enriching experience. While campers are having fun learning new things and meeting new friends, their families rest assure knowing they are in good hands! Weekly themes are incorporated into science and environmental projects, recreational opportunities, social and educational community outings, and health and wellness activities.