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.
Once known only as ‘The Blind Camp’, Beacon Lodge has expanded to serve those with a variety of special needs. Here we focus on a person’s strengths, not their weakness. With activities ranging from Bingo and Arts & Crafts to the Climbing Tower and Zip Line, there’s always something for everyone to do.
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.
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.
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POW Therapeutic Summer Camp consists of language groups led by a special educator and speech-language pathologist, consisting of communication development, language-based activities, play therapy, and brief individual/dyad sessions. Activities include functional play, sensory activities, arts & crafts, and movement activities.
Beyond Akeela is a co-ed summer transition program for quirky teens who have completed 10th - 12th grade. We are a small, intentional community with a focus on social growth, college/job readiness, and FUN!
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!
Experience independence and get a taste of college life during CIP's two week summer programs!
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.
All Camps, no matter what they are named, are "exploratory-style", meaning campers will have the opportunity to explore a variety of summer recreation and camp activities which may include archery, arts and crafts, community field trips, cycling, high ropes challenge course, indoor climbing, field games, mountain biking, paddle sports, sensory and science projects, and equestrian activities.
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 three-year, apartment-living life skills College Program.
Indy Parks Camp GATHER/GOM is a day camp that services youth ages 6-19 with physical and (or) intellectual limitations. In our 7-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 Beausite Northwest is a place that empowers everyone, of all abilities.
We currently provide ten week-long overnight summer camp sessions for adults and children with special needs. Our program offerings also include eight Weekend Camps throughout the school year, plus Family Camps, Women's Retreats, Festivals, and more.
Our mission is to help children with a learning curve to end regression during school breaks.
Camp Setebaid and The HDYC are normal summer residential camps for youth living with T1D. Staffed by mature adults who have experience with T1D who are complimented by a medical team with diabetes expertise to assure the campers are safe during their time at camp.
Alpine Academy is proud to offer our signature social skills camp!!!
Wonderland Camp is an all-inclusive camp for individuals with disabilities age 6+.