Camps

Showing 1 - 10 of 18 listings
 

American Diabetes Association camps

With an emphasis on fun, the association offers camps throughout the region, including Camp Confidence in Des Plaines, Camp Discovery in Glen Ellyn,...

  

Camp Bearskin Meadow

One of the oldest and largest wilderness resident camps for children, teens and families affected by Type 1 diabetes, located in the Sequoia National Forest,...

  

Camp Bradford Woods

Single-day and overnight programs and events for children with special needs and their families.

  

Camp Easter Seals Program

As a veteran service-provider for children and adults with disabilities, Easter Seals meets the need for accessible camping with 140 camping and recreation...

  

Camp Kids

This ADA Camp Kids day camp program offers diabetes-related games, swimming, sports, crafts and field trips. Siblings are encouraged to attend. Ages...

  

Camp New Hope

Accommodates people of widely diverse developmental disabilities ages 8 and up. Wheelchair-friendly, facilities include mini-golf, pontoon boat,...

  

Camp Red Kite

Provides a high quality arts experience tailored specifically to the unique interests and needs of children on the autism spectrum. Led by a team of artists,...

  

Camp Red Leaf -Jewish Council of Youth Services (JCYS)

For individuals ages 9 & older with disabilities the only American Camp Association accredited camp serving both children and adults with disabilities...

  

Camp STAR (Summer Treatment for ADHD & Related Disorders)

Camp STAR is an evidence-based, therapeutic, intensive program for children ages 6-13 with ADHD and other social and behavioral difficulties. It combine...

  

 










 
 
 
Copyright 2015 Wednesday Journal Inc. All rights reserved. Chicago web development by liQuidprint