ARCh Camp Pow Wow welcomes children and adults with learning disabilities, cognitive challenges, autism spectrum disorders, physical health difficulties and a variety of other diagnoses. Some campers use wheelchairs, walkers or other devices to enhance mobility, while others require a regimen of medications or diligent monitoring of blood sugar.
Camp Starfish is a not-for-profit residential camp which serves children between the ages of 7 to 14 who have emotional, behavioral and learning challenges.
Inclusive equestrian camp for children and teens providing horseback riding, nature walks, fishing, cooking, gardening, music, arts and crafts, 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. One on one camper to counselor ratio. Two supervisor/directors leading the camps.
Set on the waters of Vaughn bay, with a view of the southern Olympic Mountains, we offer a full camp experience for individuals with disabilities.
The goal of Adirondack Expressions Camp is to immerse students in as many art forms as possible in a beautiful, fun and safe environment. Our aims to inspire a lifelong passion for the arts and is open to all who want to cultivate their creativity, regardless of ability. If you are looking for enriching activities to fill your child's summer break, then Adirondack Expressions Camp may be just what you - and they - need.
We provide inclusive camping, afterschool, and weekend opportunities for children with developmental and physical disabilities.
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.
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.
Transitions programs train young adults with autism, ADHD, nonverbal learning disabilities and other learning differences in 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.