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.
Camp Attaway is a summer recreation program for children with severe emotional and behavioral disorders. The campers come with a variety of difficulties/diagnoses ranging from poor peer and family relations, ADHD, depression, anxiety, mood disorders, high functioning autism, oppositional defiant disorder, and problems with expressing feeling and coping appropriately.
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!
This is a traditional, residential summer camp for children and adults with all types of disabilities or special needs. June through August. There are 6 day and 12 day sessions for children 6 - 21, and 6 day sessions for adults 21+. There are two weeks each summer just for children with Autism ( 6 - 21) where each child has his/her own counselor. Generally there are 2 camp participants per one counselor.
Challenge is a five-week summer program for elementary students with mild to moderate learning or language disabilities. The program focuses on maintenance of academic skills, instruction in new strategies to succeed in school, and the continuing development of self-esteem.
Champions Special Ministries is a faith-based nonprofit ministry based in Overland Park, KS. We hold and direct Day Camps for kids and young adults with disabilities across the Nation.
Special needs day camp in New York City for kids 5-11 with ADHD, Asperger's, PDD, HFA, LD, NVLD, and Anxiety
Sam's Adventure Camp is a week long intensive therapy camp for children with developmental disabilities and their families.
Challenge Aspen is dedicated to improving lives by presenting meaningful recreational, educational and cultural experiences to individuals facing cognitive or physical challenges.
Camp A.B.L.E. is designed for individuals with disabilities. This camp offers unique opportunities to enhance social skills, reinforce gross and fine motor skills and foster independence. We attend field-trips three times a week, where we are bowling, swimming at a water park, or visiting a local hands-on museum. On Tuesdays and Wednesdays we go swimming at the Summit, visit the library, and participate in different life skills.
We offer a unique adaptive therapeutic approach based on principles of Applied Behavior Analysis, focusing on the development of independent life skills, socialization, behavior modification and academic instruction to meet IEP goals, as well as any goals you personally may have for your child.
Camp Fireside is a place for adults with disabilities to come and enjoy a country setting and have new experiences. We love to enjoy nature and meet new friends!
Art It Out's SOCIAL SKILLS summer camp uses dynamic art therapy activities to teach and enhance social skills, such as: listening and following directions, joining in with peers, managing anxiety, expressing anger and frustration appropriately, and conversation skills.
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.
Camp Aristotle helps students improve and maintain their social and self-regulation skills in an engaging and supportive environment.
O.U.R. Camp (Opportunity * Understanding * Recreation) is a specialized day camp located in Northville, MI, for young children, ages 3 - 13, with developmental needs. Its purpose is to provide continuity with school year programs and to stimulate the development of cognitive and social skills during the summer months. Activities are designed to promote improved self-image, group and 1-on-1 interaction skills and physical mobility.
Sib Camp is an opportunity for siblings of children with disabilities to kick back, experience the freedom and thrill of adventure, and share a great time with peers who truly understand the ups and downs of life with siblings what have special needs. It includes zip-lining, kayaking, geocaching, biking, swimming, campfires and lots of fun.
Providing recreational camp opportunities for people with special needs in the Pacific Northwest since 1978.
The purpose of this camp is to provide children with autism a day camp experience that will allow them to feel comfortable in a safe, fun and nurturing environment.
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.