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.
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.
Leaping Beyond's mission is to provide access to adaptive sports opportunities and honor children with special needs. Leaping Beyond offers week long adaptive sports camps in the Summer as well as swimming classes in the Fall and Spring at various locations throughout Central Arkansas. All programs are led by pediatric physical therapists.
Club Lily is a fun camp opportunity for adults (18 and up) with any disability or special need.
During a five week experience, we help children improve their confidence and ability to make friends by providing a fun and creative environment. We provide a variety of activities that range from traditional camp activities, arts and crafts, theatre, to executive functioning skill development and social thinking skills.
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.
Camp Grace Bentley is a place where kids with special needs can enjoy a special summer experience.
Week-long camp in Palomar includes, slip-n-slide, pool, music, crafts, horseback riding, and more!
Camp Nuhop is residential summer camp for children with learning differences diagnosed but not limited to: ADD, ADHD, LD and Asperger's Syndrome.
A wide range of activities will be tailored to meet campers' individual needs. We will shape activities to match the interest of the children attending camp. Daily swimming
All camps are open to children with or without special needs. Camps will include daily riding lessons, horse crafts, games and a Horse Show on the last day so campers can strut their stuff!
Camp for teens to learn and develop valuable job skills, build resumes, and become marketable in the workplace.
Mountain Respite Camp (MRC) offers a peer led camp experience to individuals living with or affected psychiatric disabilities.
Experience a snapshot of life after high school within a supportive environment. Students participate in their choice of college or vocational courses while enhancing their social development and independent living skills. Students live in dorms and attend non-credited courses at a nearby college campus.
MICC Summer Program offers participants ages 17-20 with Autism Spectrum Disorder and/or learning differences the opportunity to live on-campus for two weeks. Students will be introduced to independent living, the opportunity to make new friends with others their age, as well as begin exploring possible career paths that utilize their unique strengths and interests. Our two week Summer Program is a great introduction to our three year College program!
Social Skills Summer Programs with a Recreation and Life Skills Focus