Summer camps for children concentrate on overall development of children or enable the children to have fun. When the society has children with disabilities, there should be a opportunity for them also to reap the benefit of summer camps. Many mothers who blog have children suffering from some kind of disability. This information will be especially useful to them.
Camp Victory, Columbia County, Pennsylvania
Children who are chronically ill or physically disadvantaged need help and encouragement to cope with their lifelong challenges. Recognizing the sense of isolation and frustration these challenges can bring to the children and their families, Camp Victory was designed and built to handle their special needs.. Both weekend and weeklong sessions are available. For more information, call 570/458-6530, send an e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org, or visit the Web site at www.campvictory.org.
Camp C.A.M.P. (Children’s Association for Maximum Potential)
San Antonio, Texas) enables children with disabilities to thrive in a recreational environment where safety and nurturing are primary. Camp C.A.M.P is a series of five-day summer camp sessions for children with special needs who may not be eligible to attend other camps due to the severity of their disability or medical condition. We also include activities for campers' siblings without disabilities. Fees can be waived or lowered by cost-sharing programs, sliding fee scales, and camp scholarships for lower-income families. For more information, call 210/292-3566, e-mail email@example.com or visit the C.A.M.P. Web site at www.campcamp.org.
Confidence is Cool Kids' Camp
Confidence is Cool Kids' Camp is hosted by SHAKE-A-LEG. This camp is a recreational day camp provided to children, ages 7-12 disabled by neurological dysfunction, and is designed to fill a void in summer programming available for children with physical disabilities. Sarah Kirwin at 401/849-8898, email firstname.lastname@example.org, or visit www.shakealeg.org/ccc_kids.html.
Camp No Limits – No Limits Limb Loss Foundation
Formerly known as Camp Ability, Camp No Limits was established in 2004 to provide children with limb loss and their families the opportunity to network with other children and their families, as well as experienced physical and occupational therapists, prosthetists, and patient advocates. Nature, sporting events, and arts & crafts highlight daily activities. Some sponsorships are available as well. For more information, call Mary Leighton at 207/240-5762, or visit the Camp Ability Foundation Web site at www.nolimitsfoundation.org
Information available on the net. Thought it will be useful to many of you bloggers. All the best for your children’s fun and happiness.
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