Peace of mind for you, and the summer adventure of a lifetime for your loved one. A residential summer camp for children and adults with disabilities or special needs aged 6 - 106.
An action-packed day camp for children with special needs filled with fun camp activities, including sports, music, games, art, entertainment, and exciting trips around the Orange County area.
Dream Oaks provides day and residential year-round camp experiences for children, 7-17, with special needs and/or chronic illnesses.
Camp for children with special needs, both physical and developmental.
Camp Setebaid and The HDYC are normal summer residential camps for youth living with T1D. Staffed by mature adults who have experience with T1D who are complimented by a medical team with diabetes expertise to assure the campers are safe during their time at camp.
The My Future My Life Transition Camp is an opportunity for high school students with disabilities to call the shots about their future.
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.
Free medically supported summer camp for kids with serious illnesses.
The Dream Street Foundation provides nationwide camping programs for children with chronic and life-threatening illnesses. Children with cancer and other serious diseases are given the opportunity to enjoy activities they would normally be restricted from due to their illness. Dream Street brings the dream of normal childhood activities to reality. It is an environment in which no child sits on the sidelines or has to worry about feeling different.
The WI Youth Leadership Forum is a career awareness and leadership training program for high school juniors and seniors with disabilities from throughout the State of Wisconsin.
Meet new friends and share experiences during this three-day camp for women ages 18 and older with physical disabilities.
Camp Quality is a non-profit organization that provides free camping experiences and year-round support programs for children with cancer, and their families.
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.
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.
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.
True Friends provides direct care services for children and adults with developmental, physical, and multiple disabilities. Educational, recreational and other support services offered at four centers in Minnesota.
Great Heights Academy provides 9 FUN weeks of carefully planned activities for our special kids in mind. Our campers range from 3-22 years of age with varying disabilities such as: autism, Down syndrome, Aspergers, Intellectual disabilities, and more. Fun activities include: Horse Therapy, Music Therapy, Weekly Field Trips, P.E., Cooking, etc.
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.