Camp Amp is a co-ed residential camp for children with any disability/special need ages 7-17. We offer one-week long (Sunday-Thursday night) session in the summer. Check out the fun and amp up your summer with Camp Amp!
Summer Treehouse is a camp designed to support social, emotional and physical growth and well-being in children ages 4-10 during a fun, engaging three-week intensive session. Grow Thru Play and Parent to Child are partnering to bring together therapies that support the whole child from fine-motor skills, gross-motor skills and sensory integration, to social learning, music, art and imaginative play.
Camp Courageous serves children and adults with all types of special needs and developmental disabilities. We offer summer day and residential camp, and fall respite weekends.
The Woodlands Foundation offers over-night summer camps, weekend retreats and additional after- school programs for individuals of all ages with disability and chronic illness. Participants have the opportunity to learn, have fun, and make friends! All of our programs are fully adaptive, accessible and take place on our campus with climate controlled facilities and a caring and trained staff.
This camp is for people with an intellectual disability who want to experience, learn and explore teamwork and sports.
Camp LIGHT is a summer camp for children ages 6-17, located in the beautiful Shenandoah Valley. Our mission is to show kids with special needs and circumstances that life is only limited by their imagination, and to give them new tools and skills, along with love and support, to inspire them to become anything they can dream.
Helping Improve Social-skills Through Evidence-based Practices (HI-STEP): 5-week day program focusing on developing children's social-emotional & problem-solving skills through group social skills training, individualized attention, sports & recreational activities, creative arts, & academic-related activities.
An experiential learning program that combines aspects of cognitive behavioral therapy, skill development in a variety of areas including teaching and practicing strategies for emotion regulation and social skill development including how to engage in social thinking.
Camp Tuolumne Trails is dedicated to providing an enriching and fun camp experience in a facility especially designed and built for children, teens, and adults with special needs.
PoW-Wows are language groups held during school breaks (summer, winter, spring) led by a speech-language pathologist consisting of communication development, language-based activities, play therapy, and brief individual/dyad sessions.
Camp Speech Zone offers a fun yet educational summer program for your child. Ensure a "no slippage" summer for your kids!
Looking for an extraordinary camp experience for your child this summer? Look no further than NCTRC's Inclusive Summer Camps. Camps are open to children ages 5-12, with or without disabilities. Campers participate in a variety of activities from 9 am - 2 pm each day, including horseback riding, arts and crafts, learning about farm animals, and painting ponies!
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.
The nation's first sensory-friendly music, arts, yoga, and wellness festival for all ages and abilities. Inclusion Festival will debut for a weekend long event July 28-29, 2018 at Mountain Sky Festival Grounds in Jermyn, PA. The festival will celebrate neurodiversity, promote understanding and acceptance, and provides diverse educational opportunities within a safe, nurturing environment.
Dragonfly Forest is an overnight summer camp serving children and teens with autism, 22q chromosome deletion, persistent asthma, sickle cell disease and hemophilia.
Coed 2-week overnight camp in Wisconsin where "quirky" kids thrive!
Great Heights Academy provides 9 FUN weeks of carefully planned activities for our special kids in mind. Our campers range from 3-22 years of age with varying disabilities such as: autism, Down syndrome, Aspergers, Intellectual disabilities, and more. Fun activities include: Horse Therapy, Music Therapy, Weekly Field Trips, P.E., Cooking, etc.