DramaRamas is a unique musical theatre program for children ages 8-18 with special needs. It was awarded a special recognition of excellence by the Connecticut Critics Circle.

This is a traditional, residential summer camp for children and adults with all types of disabilities or special needs. June through August. There are 6 day and 12 day sessions for children 6 - 21, and 6 day sessions for adults 21+. There are two weeks each summer just for children with Autism ( 6 - 21) where each child has his/her own counselor. Generally there are 2 camp participants per one counselor.

Cooperstown, NY

Pathfinder Lodge is a summer camp located in Cooperstown, NY, on the lake. In addition to other weeks, we offer Special Needs camps.

Our half day camps are specially designed to support children who thrive in active environments. Through gymnastics & targeted daily activities, participants will have fun in a well supported environment!

Our camp utilizes horses, small farm animals and horticulture to help children develop social skills and positive peer interactions.

Bradenton, FL

Dream Oaks provides day and residential year-round camp experiences for children, 7-17, with special needs and/or chronic illnesses.

Creative dance movement adapted for students with special needs and tons of talent and star quality! Dance incorporates fundamentals of jazz, yoga, modern, hip hop, improv, tap and acting exercises.

Camp Sharing Meadows provides recreation, fellowship and learning in a non-judgmental atmosphere in which the values of independence, self-esteem, spiritual growth and socialization are stressed.

Columbia, MD

Camp Attaway is a summer recreation program for children with severe emotional and behavioral disorders. The campers come with a variety of difficulties/diagnoses ranging from poor peer and family relations, ADHD, depression, anxiety, mood disorders, high functioning autism, oppositional defiant disorder, and problems with expressing feeling and coping appropriately.

Center Point, TX

Camp CAMP holds a series of 6-day/5-night summer camp sessions for children and adults with special needs who may not be eligible to attend other camps due to the severity of their disability or medical condition.

Center Moriches, NY

Where Summer is for Everyone!

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.

CampCare provides a special time when individuals with special needs make friends, have fun, and explore their special gifts and talents in a warm and nurturing environment.

Fanwood, NJ

performing arts camp, special needs, sing, act, dance, perform

Sugar Land, TX

Vacation camps for students with special needs until age 22.

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.

Perrysville, OH

Camp Nuhop is residential summer camp for children with learning differences diagnosed but not limited to: ADD, ADHD, LD and Asperger's Syndrome.

Special needs day camp in New York City for kids 5-11 with ADHD, Asperger's, PDD, HFA, LD, NVLD, and Anxiety

Dingmans Ferry, PA

Easterseals Camp Growing Green is an environmentally friendly residential camp located on the campus of the Pocono Environmental Education Center. Campers gain new skills while learning to live more independently and improving fitness and environmental awareness. Camp also offers a career exploration component.

Canton, MI

Camp A.B.L.E. is designed for individuals with disabilities. This camp offers unique opportunities to enhance social skills, reinforce gross and fine motor skills and foster independence. We attend field-trips three times a week, where we are bowling, swimming at a water park, or visiting a local hands-on museum. On Tuesdays and Wednesdays we go swimming at the Summit, visit the library, and participate in different life skills.

Camp Type: Learning Disabilities Camps