A recreational and experiential educational program for Deaf and Hard of Hearing individuals from around the world.
Deaf Camps, Inc. runs week-long residential camps in Knoxville, MD for deaf or hard of hearing children (ages 7-19) and hearing children who want to learn American Sign Language (ages 7-18). Campers will participate in swimming, hiking, arts and crafts, and other great camp activities. See www.deafcampsinc.org for more information.
The USA Deaf Soccer Association is hosting a soccer leadership camp for deaf and hard of hearing girls ages 12-18 at the Georgia School for the Deaf in June 2019.
YEAR-ROUND, full care, overnight camp for adults with developmental disabilities, including specialized 1:1 sessions for campers who require individualized care. Each year we serve over 350 campers who join us for one or two week sessions. Shepherds Camp is celebrating over 55 years of creating the best home away from home, a vacation full of life long friends and memories, and the unforgettable experience of camp.
Co-ed Youth Basketball Camp for Children on the Autism Spectrum
Camp Easter Seals UCP provides a traditional camping experience for children and adults with physical and intellectual disabilities. Located in Craig County near Roanoke, VA, in a beautiful mountain setting. The camp features eight seperate living cabins and various activities including an outdoor swimming pool and Craig Creek for canoeing.
Easterseals Oregon's barrier-free summer camp for children and adults with disabilities and/or special needs provides a place where activities are designed to be inclusive. Campers discover new abilities, gain independence, make lifelong friendships, and build lasting memories. In addition, caregivers receive respite time to rejuvenate
themselves. Our camp sessions are five-days and four-nights in July at Evans Creek Retreat.
We provide inclusive camping, afterschool, and weekend opportunities for children with developmental and physical disabilities.
Residential year-round camp, Weekend respite and week-long and weekend Travel Program.
ARCh Camp Pow Wow welcomes children and adults with learning disabilities, cognitive challenges, autism spectrum disorders, physical health difficulties and a variety of other diagnoses. Some campers use wheelchairs, walkers or other devices to enhance mobility, while others require a regimen of medications or diligent monitoring of blood sugar.