Transitions programs teach young adults with autism, ADHD, nonverbal learning disabilities and other learning differences 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.

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East Jewett, NY

The Katie Isaacson Elaine Gordon Lodge is an innovative summer resort for adults with mild to moderate developmental disabilities.

Special needs childrens camp in beautiful Southampton Long Island offering the summer of a lifetime!

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Experience a unique opportunity to move, dance, and create in a supportive environment with a diverse group of dancers.

Spencer, NY

Lions Camp Badger is a residential summer camp for individuals with special needs, offering individualized camper-centered programming through a wide array of activities.

Cradle Beach unites individuals and families, with a focus on empowering children with special needs and the underserved to become their best selves. We create opportunities for life-changing experiences in a safe and inclusive environment.

Center Moriches, NY

Where Summer is for Everyone!

Lake Luzerne, NY

The Double H Ranch was founded by Charles R. Wood and Paul Newman and is a camp for children with life threatening and chronic illnesses. All campers attend for one week, free of charge.

Glenville, NY

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.

The Tikvah program at Ramah Berkshires is a continuously growing and evolving initiative. We are proud to offer Jewish children with a wide range of disabilities the opportunity for growth in the areas of Jewish identity, socialization, independence, and much more.