A recreational and experiential educational program for Deaf and Hard of Hearing individuals from around the world.
Traditional, week-long residential camp for Deaf and Hard of Hearing youth the first full week of August. Offers typical camp activities long with some STEM activities and mentoring by D/HH professionals in various fields and sciences. AGES 11-17 years.
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.
Regular summer camp for deaf and hard-of-hearing children age 9 to 17. All staff members use American Sign Language. week 1 & 4 are trip camps and week 2 & 3 are horse program camps.
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.
Opportunities for coed, multi-ability, multi-cultural, multi-aged to engage in fun and fulfilling camp activities. A culture of respect serves as the foundation of this state licensed, accredited, non-denominational Christian camp serving people with special needs since 1983.
Set on the waters of Vaughn bay, with a view of the southern Olympic Mountains, we offer a full camp experience for individuals with disabilities.
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.
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.
Once known only as ‘The Blind Camp’, Beacon Lodge has expanded to serve those with a variety of special needs. Here we focus on a person’s strengths, not their weakness. With activities ranging from Bingo and Arts & Crafts to the Climbing Tower and Zip Line, there’s always something for everyone to do.
Since our start in 1963 as Greater Cincinnati's first summer camp for children with disabilities, Stepping Stones has a long history of innovation! Today, we offer a variety of recreation programs year-round for ages 5 to 64 at four Greater Cincinnati locations. Learn more by clicking on the link to our website.
Mission Creek Camp is a place that provides individuals of all abilities with the opportunity to have an inclusive and unforgettable residential summer camp experience! Due to the physical terrain, we are currently unable to accommodate campers with wheelchairs at this time. However, this is a top priority in terms of our ongoing projects and fundraising efforts.
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.
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 60 years of creating the best home away from home, a vacation full of life long friends and memories, and the unforgettable experience of camp.