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
Opportunities for 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.
Meaningful Relationships - Executive Function Skills - Emotional Regulation - Social Skills - Self Esteem - Well Being
Day Camp using the principals of Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) to target social skills to help your child succeed in all environments- all provided in an engaging and fun location!
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 65+ at four Greater Cincinnati locations. Learn more by clicking on the link to our website.
Weekend for Improving Social Effectiveness (W.I.S.E.): Weekend overnight camp program for children to improve social-emotional and problem-solving skills through group training, recreational, and sports activities; founded more than 15 ago.
Camp Friendship is a fun summer program for children who need to work on social, communication, and friendship skills. Making friends isn’t always easy! At our program, kids will have tons of fun working on social skills while doing all kinds of fun camp-like activities.
Camp Millhouse is a residential summer camp for people of all ages with varying disabilities.
Challenge Aspen is dedicated to improving lives by presenting meaningful recreational, educational and cultural experiences to individuals facing cognitive or physical challenges.
Eureka Outdoor Camp provides a safe, caring residential camp experience for children with invisible disabilities
Week-long camps where campers with autism spectrum disorder, cognitive and physical disabilities are challenged to discover new abilities and make new friends
Week-long camp in Palomar includes, slip-n-slide, pool, music, crafts, horseback riding, and more!
YAI- Mainstreaming At Camp (MAC) - A program ran in partnership with Frost Valley YMCA in the Catskill mountains of New York State serving children and young adults with developmental disabilities from 8-18 in an inclusive setting striving to expand the reach of summer camp to all people.
The RecPlex offers a special needs summer camp for all ages and abilities. Activities include daily swimming, weekly beach visits as well as community outings, arts and crafts, indoor exercise and outdoor excursions!
Challenge is a five-week summer program for elementary students with mild to moderate learning or language disabilities. The program focuses on maintenance of academic skills, instruction in new strategies to succeed in school, and the continuing development of self-esteem.
Hopewell is where children and young adults with Autism and other developmental needs, have the opportunity to grow in their gifts and interests, develop practical life and social skills to help them achieve their vocational, relational and educational goals. Camp sessions run June through August
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.
Harbor Haven is a comprehensive summer program for ages 3-18 with mild special needs. We are entering our 20th year of excellence in summer programming!