A traditional summer camp experience for children with social, emotional, or learning challenges.
Tech Kids Unlimited teaches technology skill to special needs children ages 7-21.
The nation's first sensory-friendly music, arts, yoga, and wellness festival for all ages and abilities. Inclusion Festival will debut for a weekend long event July 28-29, 2018 at Mountain Sky Festival Grounds in Jermyn, PA. The festival will celebrate neurodiversity, promote understanding and acceptance, and provides diverse educational opportunities within a safe, nurturing environment.
Interventions Unlimited, Inc. is proud to offer our signature social skills camp !!!
Hopewell is program where children with Autism and other developmental needs, will be nurtured through classical, creative and therapeutic approaches. June 4-August 22 Tues.-Thurs 10am-2pm. Campers can choose 4 classes each week: creative writing, computer gaming & coding, cooking, chess, knitting, math strategies, English & Spanish language arts, music production, gardening, career & internships available. Weekly field trips
Life Compass Camp is 5 day, day camp that offers youth with special needs the chance to experience a more traditional summer camp setting that caters to their individual needs and uses games and activities to teach important life skills.
Our camp utilizes horses, small farm animals and horticulture to help children develop social skills and positive peer interactions.
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!
Our camp is available for all horse lovers of all abilities, beginning through advanced riders. Our ultimate goal is to teach each participant what it would be like to have a horse of their own.
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.
Wonderland Explorers is a therapeutic drop-off day camp for children ages 3 to 5 years with special needs.
51st season as Part of Southern IL University, Camp Little Giant is located in the Shawnee National Forest along the shores of Little Grassy Lake. All paths, cabins, and facilities are wheelchair accessible
Camp Triumph is a therapeutic day camp in Massachusetts. It offers a supportive environment designed to help children with special needs increase their feelings of self-esteem and improve their social, physical and psychological competence.
MOCOAdventure offers structured activities to promote building foundational sports skills,encouraging social exchanges, developing motor skills and providing sensory activities.Counselors are skilled in making sure your child participates in a fun-filled wk of jumping,swinging,climbing,hanging,and rolling.Camp uses obstacle courses and activities to increase endurance, strength, flexibility, balance, and coordination while building confidence.
This camp is for people with an intellectual disability who want to experience, learn and explore teamwork and sports.
St Francis Camp is a Special Needs Camp that serves the Southern Michigan, Northern Ohio and Indiana population
The camp is for children 5-12 with attention deficits, learning difficulties, and other complex needs that often result in academic, social, and behavioral difficulties.
Camp Sharing Meadows provides recreation, fellowship and learning in a non-judgmental atmosphere in which the values of independence, self-esteem, spiritual growth and socialization are stressed.
Looking for an extraordinary camp experience for your child this summer? Look no further than NCTRC's Inclusive Summer Camps. Camps are open to children ages 5-12, with or without disabilities. Campers participate in a variety of activities from 9 am - 2 pm each day, including horseback riding, arts and crafts, learning about farm animals, and painting ponies!