Constraint-Induced Movement Therapy (CIMT) is an innovative intensive treatment approach for children with decreased use of one side of the body, either upper or lower extremity (hemiparesis/hemiplegia) due to stroke, CP, or other neurological disorder.
Camp for food allergic kids and their families - with overnight, day-camp, and family camping options.
Camp Xtreme believes that every individual, despite physical disability or mobility impairment, has a right to physical recreation, wellness and participation in sporting activities.
Camp No Limb-itations gives kids with amputations and limb deficiencies the opportunity to meet other kids and teens like them during a week-long camp experience. Campers participate in traditional camp activities while building long-lasting friendships.
Using kayaking as a metaphor for life and its many ups and downs, we strive to prove to young adults battling cancer that they can do anything, despite or because of their disease.
This camp is for youth who have limb differences/ limb loss. Campers come from across the US.
Camp in Motion is an adaptive sports camp for children with physical limitations. Physical, Occupational, and Speech Therapists are onsite throughout the camp week. One on one camper buddies are assigned to assist in participation in the camp experience. A wide variety of sports options and swimming are available daily. Please see website for additional information and sign-up..
A residential summer camp for children who have physical disabilities and chronic illnesses. 3 to 1 camper to staff ratio. Enrollment is limited to children from South Carolina.
Adirondack Expressions Art Camp is a joint project of the Transitions program and the Paul Nigra Center for Creative Arts. The camp is for young adults aged 15-27 who have learning differences and want to learn about art. Students can choose to stay overnight at the camp or attend just for the day. The activities, projects and social events here will promote each camper’s unique talents, creativity and self-esteem!
Mission Creek Camp is a place that provides individuals of all abilities with the opportunity to have an inclusive and unforgettable residential summer camp experience! Due to the physical terrain, we are currently unable to accommodate campers with wheelchairs at this time. However, this is a top priority in terms of our ongoing projects and fundraising efforts.
A sleep away camp experience that promotes personal growth and fosters independence for individuals with special needs. Opened in 1968, Camp Civitan offers week-long summer camp sessions and year-round weekend camps at a 15-acre accessible facility in the cool Northern Arizona town of Williams.
True Friends provides direct care services for children and adults with developmental, physical, and multiple disabilities. Educational, recreational and other support services offered at four centers in Minnesota.
Camp Easter Seals UCP provides a traditional camping experience for children and adults with physical and intellectual disabilities. Located in Craig County near Roanoke, VA, in a beautiful mountain setting. The camp features eight seperate living cabins and various activities including an outdoor swimming pool and Craig Creek for canoeing.
Camp ASCCA is a year-round 236 acre camp, located on beautiful Lake Martin in Alabama. We serve children and adults with mental and/or physical disabilities. Our mission is to help people with disabilities achieve equality, dignity and maximum independence. We take pride in offering a wide variety of exciting educational, social and recreational activities. Camp ASCCA is an ACA accredited camp.