Enjoy our fully accessible 20-acre, inclusive campus which welcomes individuals, of all abilities, ages 7-22 to live, learn, work, and play. Campers will build important life skills under the guidance of our qualified and enthusiastic staff, all while having fun and creating lifelong friendships! Our campus is set in a rural setting and consists of vast outdoor fields, beautiful pond, vibrant equestrian center, fun splash pad, and so much more!
Mission Creek Camp is a place that provides individuals of all abilities with the opportunity to have an inclusive and unforgettable residential summer camp experience! Due to the physical terrain, we are currently unable to accommodate campers with wheelchairs at this time. However, this is a top priority in terms of our ongoing projects and fundraising efforts.
Transitions programs teach young adults with autism, ADHD, nonverbal learning disabilities and other learning differences skills such as executive functioning, leadership, self-advocacy, wellness, social relationship building and independent living. Students also experience socially rich recreational opportunities, memorable Adirondack outings, college tours and entertainment opportunities in a safe, supportive environment.
Since our start in 1963 as Greater Cincinnati's first summer camp for children with disabilities, Stepping Stones has a long history of innovation! Today, we offer a variety of recreation programs year-round for ages 5 to 64 at four Greater Cincinnati locations. Learn more by clicking on the link to our website.
STM has been camp-style retreats for for individuals and families impacted by disability to have fun and find fellowship with others in a Christian atmosphere since 1982. Each location is staffed with Medical professionals and volunteers.
An action-packed day camp for children with special needs filled with fun camp activities, including sports, music, games, art, entertainment, and exciting trips around the Orange County area.
MICC Summer Program is for neurodivergent teens and young adults. Participants will be introduced to independent living, the opportunity to make new friends with others their age, as well as begin exploring possible career paths that utilize their unique strengths and interests. The Summer Program is a great introduction to MICC's College Program, a post-high school life skills and vocational training program.
Camp All For One is an inclusive day camp for children and teens with or without disabilities. Camp activities include horseback riding, nature walks, fishing, cooking, gardening, music, arts and crafts, dance, team building games, special guests and so much more! Every day is structured and scheduled with multiple activity choices to suit everyone's interests. This camp provides ample staff support for all of our campers.
Summer camp for youth with exceptionalities. Oasis summer camp will provide specialized and fun programming for students with exceptionalities. Offering an experienced special education teacher and a team with previous experience with students with special needs. Specialized and fun programming to meet each individual students needs.
Experience independence and get a taste of college life during CIP's 2-week summer programs!
Experience independence and get a taste of college life during CIP's two week summer programs!
Social Circle is a summer program ran by licensed therapist to facilitate language skills, motor skills, social skills,sensory/emotional regulation and so much more! We aim to bridge the gap between a private therapy room setting and real-life settings with peers to help generalize learned skills and develop and master new ones.
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 disabilities.
We promote a traditional camp experience in an all-accessible setting.
Hopewell is where children and young adults with Autism and other developmental needs, have the opportunity to grow in their gifts and interests, develop practical life and social skills to help them achieve their vocational, relational and educational goals. Camp sessions run June through August
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!