Four specialized day camps offer kids ages 3-18 a typical summer camp experience as they learn social skills, relationship building and engage in fun activities.
Located in the beautiful Santa Cruz Mountains of Northern California, Camp Krem has served children and adults with disabilities since 1957. Offering three types of adventure programs Main, (traditional camp), Outdoor Adventure and six unique sessions of Travel Camping.
The Tikvah Program serves Jewish children, teens, and young adults ages 10-23 with learning, emotional, and developmental disabilities.
Mountain Respite Camp (MRC) offers a peer led camp experience to individuals living with or affected psychiatric disabilities.
Year round respite summer camp proudly working with children, teens and adults with disabilities
Special Ministries provides meaningful social experiences for people with a range of developmental disabilities.
Week-long camp in Palomar includes SeaWorld, slip-n-slide, pool, music, crafts, horseback riding, and more!
Campers will have access to stimulating activities that nurture both individual and social needs. By creating a safe environment that promotes social reciprocity, we are able to provide opportunities for our campers to learn and grow.
AbilityFirst Camp Paivika in the San Bernardino Mountains provides special needs campers 11+ with traditional camping experience in a safe and nurturing environment.
Our camp is an intense speech and language based program taught by licensed and graduate level speech pathologists. Our innovative camp is thematically based and includes weekly field trips.
Summer resident camp designed for persons with developmental and intellectual disabilities
An action-packed day camp for children with special needs filled with fun camp activities, including sports, music, games, art, entertainment, and exciting trips around the Orange County area including Discover Cube and the Irvine Spectrum
We utilize a variety of curricula aimed at improving social understanding within the context of games, craft, fitness and social activities. Groups will be comprised of participants of similar ages and the activities curriculum will be tailored to meet the needs of the participants, with an emphasis on age-appropriateness.
Camp Ronald McDonald at Eagle Lake is a fully accessible residential summer camp that serves children who are 'at-risk', disadvantaged and /or living with emotional, physical and developmental disabilties.
Our ongoing weekly Social Detective small groups are based on our evidence based curriculums and our award winning book, "Diary of a Social Detective". Over a period of several weeks we explore topics such as reading verbal and non-verbal communication, perspective taking, self awareness, self-regulation and other essential skills for success, happiness and well being.