Transitions programs train young adults with autism, ADHD, nonverbal learning disabilities and other learning differences in skills such as executive functioning, leadership, self-advocacy, wellness, social relationship building and independent living. Students also experience socially rich recreational opportunities, memorable Adirondack outings, college tours and entertainment opportunities in a safe, supportive environment.
Full day licensed youth camp for children with sensory processing differences and special needs. Collaborative program combines Occupational, Speech and Music Therapy as well as Therapeutic Art, Bike Riding Instruction, Social Skills, Self Regulation Program and so much more! Our competitively priced program has been carefully designed with small group size and low camper to staff ratio of 3:1 to ensure camper success. Enroll today!
Art It Out's SOCIAL SKILLS summer camp uses dynamic art therapy activities to teach and enhance social skills, such as: listening and following directions, joining in with peers, managing anxiety, expressing anger and frustration appropriately, and conversation skills.
Capital Speech and Language Therapy Summer Program is designed for children with special needs, ages 3-8 years old, to improve language and social skills.
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.
SibDays of Summer is a high-energy day camp for siblings ages 6-12 of brothers and sisters with disabilities. It's offered 10 am-3 pm daily at Plamann Park in Appleton, Wisconsin, from July 22-26, 2019 by WisconSibs, Inc.
The summer program is an overnight nearly one week session committed to providing participants a happy, healthy and rewarding summer experience in a safe, fun environment.
A special needs camp for children with social learning and communications challenges.
Year round therapeutic recreation including summer camp, horseback riding, vacation camps on beautiful 20 acre campus conveniently accessible from routes 24 and 495
We provide recreational opportunities for people of all ages who have special needs. We believe everyone deserves the opportunity to experience summer camp!
Welcome to Camp Kennebec, a wonderful place where kids & teens with special needs have a great time, accomplish more than they ever expected, make new friends, and best of all, create the fabulous summer memories they deserve.
Summer Treehouse is a camp designed to support social, emotional and physical growth and well-being in children ages 4-10 during a fun, engaging three-week intensive session. Grow Thru Play and Parent to Child are partnering to bring together therapies that support the whole child from fine-motor skills, gross-motor skills and sensory integration, to social learning, music, art and imaginative play.
Easter Seals overnight camp provides various camp activities including canoeing and zip-lining, as well as hotel and travel respite programs for ALL levels of abilities for over 70 years
A fun and engaging experience for students with social and communication challenges!
Greenville Optimists Camp takes campers who have a disability or who come from an at-risk household.
Camp designed to engage children with physical, cognitive or behavioral challenges in traditional camp activities. Environment designed to provide all campers with appropriate opportunities to socialize with like peers. Our staff are specially trained to work with children and adults with physical disabilities, cognitive delays, and work with all behaviors.
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!
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.