Trailways Camps, Inc. is for adults with disabilities looking to make friends, create memories, and have fun out in nature!
Oakwood Academy offers a unique individualized curriculum which includes theme-based programs for students ages 3-18 years old. Each theme is taught while working within the DIR (Developmental-Individual Difference-Relationship-Based) FloortimeTM Model and incorporates art, science, sensory, sport, and teamwork games.
Camp designed to engage children with physical, cognitive or behavioral challenges in traditional camp activities. Environment designed to provide all campers with appropriate opportunities to socialize with like peers. Our staff are specially trained to work with children and adults with physical disabilities, cognitive delays, and work with all behaviors.
Tech Kids Unlimited is a nonprofit organization that teaches computer science thinking and technology to students ages 7-21 who learn differently. In addition to summer camps, TKU offers after school workshops and Sunday programs during the academic year. Topics include coding game, podcasting, photo editing, stop motion animation, and more!
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.
Hand In Hand Farm offers family camps for families from all walks of life. We have a lot of experience with special-needs families, we have been providing parenting education, family skills training, and vocational training for many years. Often a place of last resort, we get results if parents are willing to put in the time and effort to change the family dynamics and help their kids develop.
Camp Little Giant is located on Little Grassy Lake in beautiful southern Illinois. We offer a wide range of camps to accommodate those with cognitive, intellectual, and developmental disabilities.
Experiential outdoor adventure sleep away camps for kids and adults with mental and physical disabilities.
Year round respite summer camp proudly working with children, teens and adults with disabilities
Camp designed for children with Special Needs and Learning Disabilities where they will work on academic and basic living skills. Our program is based on the Assessment for Functional Living Skills and covers many areas students need to lead the most independent adult life possible. We will offer many different educational activities, field trips, and community-based instruction opportunities.
Easter Seals overnight camp provides various camp activities including canoeing and zip-lining, as well as hotel and travel respite programs for ALL levels of abilities for over 70 years
Summit Camp serves campers, ages 8 - 19, with issues of AD/HD, Aspergers syndrome, NVLD, mild Learning Disabilities, and/or challenging behaviors at our Honesdale, PA. campus. Summit Travel, ages 15-19, is a continuation service, this summer visiting major destinations with the same support systems for our older campers.
Camp Dreamcatcher offers a variety of therapeutic, educational and recreational programs to HIV/AIDS impacted youth in a camp setting.
The Chalutzim program at Camp Barney Medintz is designed for children with special needs ages 10-22. Our camp is located in the North Georgia Mountains, about an hour and a half North of Atlanta. Campers in the Chalutzim program develop friendships, gain independent living skills, grow as members of the CBM community, and- most importantly- have lots of fun!
Therapeutic riding, equestrian-facilitated learning, and life skills for children with physical and cognitive disabilities of all kinds, delivered through one-week and single-day camps designed to provide individualized attention to maximum of 6 students.
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.
4 week experience for young adults with IDD seeking more independence and families evaluating their child's readiness for independence.