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Camp- Location Victory Junction- Randleman, NC


Camp Contact Info

Camp Description & Details Who: children 6-16 yrs, many children recieving active treatment while at camp Application deadline: April 1 Duration: 5-day sleep away camp serving 24 chronic medical conditions and serious illnesses, dates depend on diagnoses served Typical day: packed full of fun and exciting adventures chosen by campers such as dancing, singing, arts and crafts, sports & water park fun Price: $375

http://www.victoryjun Chris Foster, Camp Director: camp-like.php

Camp Barnabus- Purdy, MO (additional sessions offered throughout MO)

http://www.campbarn ; (417) 476-2565

Who: children & adults, age range depends on session attended Application deadline: April 1 What: Christian outdoors camp which makes every activity doable for anyone who wants to participate including things like a high ropes course, canoeing, and swimming. Where: multiple locations accross MO When: various dates depending on specialized diagnoses served: for specific details, see: Price: varies depending on chosen session

Camp Promise- Bigfork, MT (West Location) ; Hebron, CT (East location)

http://bigskybiblecam Camp Promise East: Who: ages 9-35 What: non-denominational Bible camp Application deadline: East= M ay 6 West= May 1 Where: West location When: Tues.- Sat. July 2-6 or ml Camp Promise West: July 9-13 Price: $265 or Jeffery Ort, Camp Promise Director: (406) 471-4459 m/ Who: kids entering Kindergarten - 6th grade for typical kids What: Jewish day camp, 9:00am-3:30 pm Enrollment: June 17 - August 9 When: 8 sessions offered throughout June-August Why attend: Rowe: "really understood that my daughter needed help with social skills, self care & supervision" Activities: learning Israeli dances, swimming, singing, art, riding horses & more Price: dependent upon days attended for the week

Camp Alonim- Simi Valley, CA

Camp Nuhop- Southern Ashland County OH


Who: Children 6-18 yrs with learning disabilities, behavior disorders and/or attention deficit disorders (ADD); not appropriate for children with severe mental retardation or physical disability What: residential summer camp offered up to 6 weeks; various camp programs offered based on age, including: biking, canoeing, kayaking, art, science, adventure, exploration, etc. Enrollment: first come first serve basis until all spots filled When: June 8-Aug 3 (all 6 sessions); 5 days per session Price: $150 per session

SOAR- North Carolina, Wyoming, California, Florida & Specialty Courses

http://www.soarnc.or North Carolina: Who: preteens and teens with learning disabilities and attention g/index.html Wyoming: deficit/hyperactive disorder What: adventure based wilderness programs and experiential education services; SOAR has designed a program that removes obstacles of ADHD and LD kids while building in springboards for succes Enrollment: begins March 1, first come first serve When: depends on location, see website for further information: Price: depends on course and location

Lakeland Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder (FASD) Society Summer Camp - Alberta, Canada x.html

Who: children with an FASD diagnosis, ages 8-17 What: one week overnight summer camp in the Cold Lake area. These camps are specifically designed and highly supervised to ensure children have a positive experience. Campers participate in a number of activities such as swimming, hiking, crafts, local field trips, horse back riding, geography, animal tracking, games, etc. Enrollment: first come first serve until full When: Mon.- Fri; 6 sessions beginning July-August Price: $500