Indy Parks Camp GATHER/GOM is a day camp that services youth ages 6-19 with physical and (or) intellectual limitations. In our 6-week day camp, campers will participate in activities such as life skills, motor skills, community programs, and communication skills. We provide free breakfast and lunch daily and are located just outside of downtown Indy at Rhodius Park. Feel free to give us a call or email.
Camp for children with special needs, both physical and developmental.
Camp Red Leaf is an independent program of Camp Nageela Midwest welcoming individuals diagnosed with a wide variety of developmental disabilities, including those with additional chronic healthcare needs and functioning limitations, such as self-care, learning, receptive and expressive language, mobility, and self-direction. Camp Red Leaf has many respite programs in the summer and throughout the year.
A weeklong adaptive summer day camp for children with multiple disabilities and their siblings. Campers enjoy a week of activities based on the themes of popular children's movies.
Week-long camps where campers with autism spectrum disorder, cognitive and physical disabilities are challenged to discover new abilities and make new friends
Mane Stream's Summer Camp is an inclusive summer day camp for ALL abilities. Campers learn riding and horsemanship skills and participate in horse-related activities.
Club Lily is a fun camp opportunity for adults (18 and up) with any disability or special need.
Social Skills Summer Programs with a Recreation and Life Skills Focus
We provide inclusive camping, afterschool, and weekend opportunities for children with developmental and physical disabilities.
Camp Millhouse is a residential summer camp for people of all ages with varying disabilities.
Rising Treetops at Oakhurst (formerly Camp Oakhurst), located near the New Jersey shore and 55 miles from New York City, serves children and adults with special needs, including autism and physical and intellectual disabilities through summer camp and respite programs.
Clover Patch welcomes physically and/or developmentally disabled campers ages five and older. The program provides families and caregivers a period of reprieve while at the same time providing campers with a challenging, educational and fun outdoor living experience in a fully accessible natural setting.
Offering day and overnight camps for youth with developmental disabilities. Campers will participate in nature programs, arts & crafts, sports and games, music, and zoo visits during day camp weeks. Please visit the camp webpage to download summer camp catalog prior to contacting Camp Director for more information. Registration is mail-in only, and camp fills quickly!
Wilderness Adventure Camps for children with sensory processing disorders, developmental disabilities and visual impairments.
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.
Camp ARROW is a week-long residential camp designed to meet the special needs of children between the ages of 7 and 14 years old with multiple disabilities.
Summer program that is run by Theraplay's own physical, occupational, and speech therapists! Will focus on gross motor, fine motor, visual motor, expressive/receptive language, social skills, game play, and sensory processing skills.
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.
Summer and Seasonal Camps for Children and Adults living with Disabilities or Special Needs.
Camp Escapades is an innovative summer day camp for children with developmental concerns and their siblings. Groups are staffed with occupational, physical or speech therapists, paraprofessional educators and one-on-one teen volunteers who are the child's "buddy" throughout the week. Activities include sensory experiences, dance, sports, fine motor skill development, music, games, yoga, cooking, and special events.