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 Zip is dedicated to providing opportunities to adults with disabilities. Our staff works year round to ensure that your experience at Camp Zip meets your needs and exceeds their expectations. Our goal is to be the best! Campers will be presented with the opportunity to try new things and stretch themselves to be the best they can be.
Camp Grace Bentley is a place where kids with special needs can enjoy a special summer experience.
Summer Day Camp is an exciting four-week program that will give children with special needs a fun and active summer. We plan our activities and structure to give your child a memorable camp experience. Summer Day Camp will provide the opportunity to experience the fun of summer while developing a friendship with a volunteer and other campers. Day Camp combines learning critical social skills with a fun and engaging camp experience.
Skyline welcomes campers with special needs in three sessions (teens, young adults, adults) for week-long residential camp. Just north of Metro Detroit, Skyline is accredited by the American Camp Association. Ratio for special needs camps is 1:3.
Sensory Games, Social Interaction, Physical, Occupational & Speech Therapy,Arts & Crafts,Swimming, Obstacle Course, Outdoor Group Play, Story Time and Much More
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.
O.U.R. Camp (Opportunity * Understanding * Recreation) is a specialized day camp located in Northville, MI, for young children, ages 3 - 13, with developmental needs. Its purpose is to provide continuity with school year programs and to stimulate the development of cognitive and social skills during the summer months. Activities are designed to promote improved self-image, group and 1-on-1 interaction skills and physical mobility.