A summer day camp geared towards students at elementary and middle school academic levels to enhance social skills and maintain academic performance. Students will develop their social skills through peer interaction, team building exercises, enriching activities, and exciting field trips. Each camp will have an academic component built in to boost student success in writing, grammar, and math with an emphasis on word problems.
AbilityFirst Camp Paivika in the San Bernardino Mountains provides special needs campers 11+ with traditional camping experience in a safe and nurturing environment.
6 week summer day program for youth ages 6-22 with social-emotional challenges. Activities include improv, filmmaking, video games, special interest clubs, swimming and more!
Offering day and overnight camps for youth with developmental disabilities. Campers will participate in nature programs, arts & crafts, sports and games, music, and zoo visits during day camp weeks.
Camp Pathfinder is a co-ed, program for adults with Down syndrome and other disabilities. Our program is designed to maximize each person's potential, locate and develop strengths and untapped abilities, and facilitate social relations.
St Francis Camp is a Special Needs Camp that serves the Southern Michigan, Northern Ohio and Indiana population
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.
Camp Fireside is a place for adults with disabilities to come and enjoy a country setting and have new experiences. We love to enjoy nature and meet new friends!
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
Excel will be hosting a summer camp for students with mild intellectual and developmental disabilities (I/DD) interested in learning more about college and visiting Georgia Tech's campus. Recommended attendees are upcoming high school juniors and seniors interested in pursuing a college certificate program at Georgia Tech and career development opportunities.
Awesome summer camp alternative for high functioning teens and young adults who want to be independent, make friends, and experience life.
Summer program for children with autism and developmental disabilities with a low student to teacher ratio to maximize individualized student-centered learning.
Camp LIGHT is a summer camp for children ages 6-17, located in the beautiful Shenandoah Valley. Our mission is to show kids with special needs and circumstances that life is only limited by their imagination, and to give them new tools and skills, along with love and support, to inspire them to become anything they can dream.
The NBN Group's Explorer's Club Camp is an exciting day camp for kids with developmental disabilities to have fun and enhance social skills all summer!
We provide recreational opportunities for people of all ages who have special needs. We believe everyone deserves the opportunity to experience summer camp!
Camp Yakety Yak helps children with special needs grow socially and emotionally by improving their communication skills. Structured in a fun, day camp setting in Lake Oswego, Oregon, Camp Yakety Yak is staffed with knowledgeable professionals and caring volunteers to teach friendship skills to children, age 6-11. Siblings welcome!
The Arc Shiawassee's summer day camp is designed for teens and adults, age 12 and up, with intellectual and developmental disabilities. This camp is a place where everyone will have fun making new friends, building new skills and growing more independent.
Each summer we offer a unique, skills-based summer program for teens and adults with disabilities. Since 2014, campers have engaged in cooking, yoga, hiking, socialization, geocaching, technology, self-care, communication skills, Zumba, meditation, money management, art, theater, self-expression, self-advocacy, and so much more.
The WI Youth Leadership Forum is a career awareness and leadership training program for high school juniors and seniors with disabilities from throughout the State of Wisconsin.