Kennesaw, GA

Inclusive equestrian camp for children and teens providing 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. One on one camper to counselor ratio. Two supervisor/directors leading the camps.

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Transitions programs train young adults with autism, ADHD, nonverbal learning disabilities and other learning differences in 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.

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Appleton, WI

Beyond Akeela is a co-ed summer transition program for quirky teens who have completed 11th or 12th grade. We are a small, intentional community with a focus on social growth, college/job readiness, and FUN!

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Experience independence and get a taste of college life during CIP's two week summer programs!

Experience independence and get a taste of college life during CIP's 2-week summer programs!

4 week experience for young adults with IDD seeking more independence and families evaluating their child's readiness for independence.

The Easter Seals Youth Leadership Network (YLN) empowers youth between the ages of 14-26 to use self-advocacy in planning their adult lives.

We offer a one week camp for preschoolers with disabilities, 5 week camps for ages 8-22 and 2 week camp for ages 13 - 25. June 17 - July 31.

Experience a snapshot of life after high school within a supportive environment. Students participate in their choice of college or vocational courses while enhancing their social development and independent living skills. Students live in dorms and attend non-credited courses at a nearby college campus.

The My Future My Life Transition Camp is an opportunity for high school students with disabilities to call the shots about their future.

Experience independence and get a taste of college life during CIP's two week summer programs!

Looking for an extraordinary camp experience for your child this summer? Look no further than NCTRC's Inclusive Summer Camps. Camps are open to children ages 5-12, with or without disabilities. Campers participate in a variety of activities from 9 am - 2 pm each day, including horseback riding, arts and crafts, learning about farm animals, and painting ponies!

Bryan, TX

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

Sarasota, FL

Easterseals Southwest Florida Inclusive Day Camp

Walnut Creek, CA

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.

Experience independence and get a taste of college life during CIP's two week summer programs!

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.

Canton, MI

Camp A.B.L.E. is designed for individuals with disabilities. This camp offers unique opportunities to enhance social skills, reinforce gross and fine motor skills and foster independence. We attend field-trips three times a week, where we are bowling, swimming at a water park, or visiting a local hands-on museum. On Tuesdays and Wednesdays we go swimming at the Summit, visit the library, and participate in different life skills.

Nursing and rehabilitation summer program

PoW-Wows are language groups held during the summer led by a 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.

Camp Type: Transition Program Camps