The premiere camping experience for people with disabilities. It's a five day, in residence, camp-style retreat for people with cognitive or physical disabilities to find fellowship with others, both with and without disabilities and to experience the best week of their year. Cost is $450.00 August 10-14 2015
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.
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.
MOCOAdventure offers structured activities to promote building foundational sports skills,encouraging social exchanges, developing motor skills and providing sensory activities.Counselors are skilled in making sure your child participates in a fun-filled wk of jumping,swinging,climbing,hanging,and rolling.Camp uses obstacle courses and activities to increase endurance, strength, flexibility, balance, and coordination while building confidence.
Gardening and animal care/farm skills/social activities in the community daily
Leaping Beyond's mission is to provide access to adaptive sports opportunities and honor children with special needs. Leaping Beyond offers week long adaptive sports camps in the Summer as well as swimming classes in the Fall and Spring at various locations throughout Central Arkansas. All programs are led by pediatric physical therapists.
Peace of mind for you, and the summer adventure of a lifetime for your loved one. A residential summer camp for children and adults with disabilities or special needs aged 6 - 106.
Experience a unique opportunity to move, dance, and create in a supportive environment with a diverse group of dancers.
Hopewell is program where children with Autism and other developmental needs, will be nurtured through classical, creative and therapeutic approaches. June 4-August 22 Tues.-Thurs 10am-2pm. Campers can choose 4 classes each week: creative writing, computer gaming & coding, cooking, chess, knitting, math strategies, English & Spanish language arts, music production, gardening, career & internships available. Weekly field trips
The Easter Seals Youth Leadership Network (YLN) empowers youth between the ages of 14-26 to use self-advocacy in planning their adult lives.
Summer camp for children with Autism, Asperger's, Feeding Problems, Speech Problems and other developmental disabilities held at Horizons Center in Grand Rapids, Michigan
The Bridge Center offers Year Round, Summer Camp and Equine Assisted Programs for children and young adults with special needs. Quality programming to meet individual needs.
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.
EVERYONE IS WELCOME! As the only camp in the area that does not turn campers away, ARCh Camp Pow Wow welcomes children and adults with learning disabilities, cognitive challenges, autism spectrum disorders, physical health difficulties and a variety of other diagnoses. Some campers use wheelchairs, walkers or other devices to enhance mobility, while others require a regimen of medications or diligent monitoring of blood sugar.
4 week experience for young adults with IDD seeking more independence and families evaluating their child's readiness for independence.
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.
Summer therapy camp for children whose primary impairment is physical disabilities (including limb loss) in Michigan's beautiful Upper Peninsula offering physical therapy, occupational therapy, speech-language therapy, & music therapy.
Four specialized day camps offer kids ages 3-18 a typical summer camp experience as they learn social skills, relationship building and engage in fun activities.