Welcome to Camp Ho Mita Koda! There are a lot new and exciting changes that are happening at camp this summer. As we enter into our 91st year of camp it is our goal to improve your child’s self-management skills, decrease distress for you and your camper, and improve your camper’s sense of diabetes strengths and resilience after camp. Of course your camper will have a lot of fun and make many life-changing friendships and memories along the way.
Camp Sunshine provides summer camp and year round programs for children with cancer and their families.
Camp for food allergic kids and their families - with overnight, day-camp, and family camping options.
Camp Tall Tree provides a traditional overnight summer camp experience. Our program aims to serve kids and young adults on the Autism Spectrum, as well as their siblings and neurotypical peers. We offer 4 programs: Main Camp for kids on the spectrum, Explorers for young adults to practice life skills, Siblings for kids with a sibling with a diagnosis, and Peers for neurotypical teens interested in diverse friendships.
Our program helps High functioning autistic youth and adults get out of their comfort zone and out on the water.
Camp Shriver is a day camp for individuals with intellectual disabilities where the campers will make new friends, enhance sport skills, learn new sports, attend educational sessions on health and wellness
MichTic is camp session at Summer at Emerson School serving children whose primary diagnosis or life challenge is Tourette Syndrome or a tic disorder. MichTic runs July 22 to Friday, July 26, 2019 in Ann Arbor, Michigan. The camp's creator / lead instructor, Larry Biederman, is a veteran teacher with 21 years of summer camp leadership experience. Larry has a tic disorder and created the camp to support the needs of an underserved population.
MHKC empowers individuals with developmental disabilities through equitable access to the outdoors and recreation. We provide a can-do, accepting, caring, friendly, independence-, and confidence-building environment. We have provided residential camping programs since 1933. In 1957, our focus changed to primarily serving individuals with disabilities. We are American Camp Association certified.
Camp Free To Be Me is a six-night sleep away camp for children ages 8 - 15 that are diagnosed with Tourette Syndrome.
Camp Hertko Hollow is dedicated to improving the lives of children and youth who have diabetes. The goals at camp are: Recreation, Education, Regulation and FUN!
At Camp Odayin, you belong! Camp Odayin's camp programs are for children with heart disease and their families. Residential camp is for children in grades 1-11. Eligibility is determined upon recommendation by a pediatric cardiologist and approval by the Camp Odayin Medical Director.
Camp is free of charge to children with cancer and their siblings.
For four days and 3 nights children with epilepsy (ages 7-17), enjoy all the fun activities and friendships that come with a classic trip to summer camp. While partaking in camp adventures and entertainment, the children are able to leave behind various challenges epilepsy can bring to their daily lives.
Highbrook Lodge has been providing a unique summer camp experience for those of all ages who are blind or have low vision for over 90 years. In fact, we were the first camp built specially for individuals with vision loss! Since then, we've been utilizing the benefits of our natural environment to promote friendship, growth, independence and self-sufficiency through traditional camp activities adapted to the needs of our campers.
Camp Starfish is a not-for-profit residential camp which serves children between the ages of 7 to 14 who have emotional, behavioral and learning challenges.