Fun, summer day camp for young adults (18+) on the Autism Spectrum that allows them to socialize with peers and enjoy community-based activities. Camper or family member must be a current Autism Society of San Diego member.
Traditional summer camp for burn-injured children ages 5–17 with professional support for dealing with their unique physical and emotional challenges. Counselors include off-duty firefighters, medical staff and adult burn survivors.
Three primary programs for children and families living with congenital heart disease: the P.A.C.E. (Progressive Adult Congenital Experience) program for ages 18–25, the summer camp for ages 7–17, and the Happy Heart Festival, an annual educational symposium.
ACA-accredited camp for individuals 8 to 65 with developmental and/or physical disabilities. Run by Easter Seals with a 3:1 camper/counselor ratio, on-site health center, 14 heated cabins, arts & crafts center, accessible swimming pool, golf putting green, athletic field, gardening areas and animal farm.
Residential camp in the Catskill Mountains for children ages 6 and up with ADHD, LD, PDD-NOS, ADD and ASD. Offers a unique program of adaptive therapeutic recreation including structured activities, nurturing care, a positive setting, and academic instruction to meet IEP goals. The local area offers many activities for the family.
Inclusive, ACA-accredited camp for children ages 18 mos. to ninth grade features camps for every interest, including traditional, sports, Spanish-immersion, teen, theater and more. Options for satellite locations and virtual camps. Scholarships available.
Jewish children ages 4-14 with special needs, along with their parents and siblings, enjoy specialized, therapeutic programming in a supportive camp environment staffed with behavior and family education specialists. Individual counselors for each family.
Residential camp for kids ages 6-14 who have been diagnosed with Learning Disabilities, ADD/ ADHD, behavior or mood disorders, Autism or a combination of needs. Campers interact in typical programs, are integrated into routine camp activities, and participate in groups with campers of similar diagnoses.
Overnight camp near Big Bear for ages 5–22 with developmental and physical disabilities, such as Autism, ADHD, Cerebral Palsy, Down Syndrome and Epilepsy. Includes horseback riding, fine arts, adaptive sports, swimming, cookouts and campfires and nature hikes.
One-of-a-kind, sleepaway summer camp provides a 1:1 staff-to-camper ratio to enable success, build social skills, teach coping mechanisms, and help children who have difficulty finding success in traditional settings. Campers grouped by age and need.
Inclusive, traditional, fun-in-the-outdoors overnight camp for kids ages 8-15. Discuss the needs of your child with ASD, ADD/ADHD, and mild delay with counselors. Focus on interpersonal skills during archery, swimming, crafts, campfires and more.
ACA-accredited, weekly residential camps for children and adults with disabilities providing recreational, therapeutic and social activities in an authentic camp setting. Campers are grouped by diagnosis/need and are never turn away due to severity of disability or inability to pay.
Tuolumne Trails (located in the Sierras) is for groups with special medical needs. The camp provides facility, food service, management and general camp activities. Groups bring their own staff of professionals, medical staff and special programs for their campers.
Two weeks of college experience for ages 16-19 with Asperger Syndrome, high-functioning Autism, ADHD and other learning differences. College is not just about academics; it’s about fostering connections, learning skills to succeed and having fun.
Provides an opportunity for children who are deaf and hard-of-hearing and their families to come together in a positive environment.
ACA-accredited, sleepaway camp for campers 8-15 who can only participate in camps that provide medical support due to diagnoses in cardiology, hematology, oncology, rheumatology, gastrointestinal disorders, pulmonary disorders, rare diseases and facial anomalies. Fully staffed with doctors and nurses 24/7 in a state-of-the-art medical building.
Offers all-ability, STEM–based day camp that includes classroom instruction, interactive lab and wind tunnel physics demonstration, indoor skydiving flight training, iFLY flight suit and safety gear, and 1:1 flying with a certified flight instructor.
Native-Spanish speaking teachers inspire and educate the next generation through a 100 percent Spanish immersion program, making kids future citizens of the world through inclusive preschool, afterschool elementary and summer camp programs (18 mos-7 years).
Trained Inclusion Coordinator and Day Camp Manager assess each child with special needs (with parent present) three weeks prior to camp to determine if reasonable accommodations can be provided to meet their needs and keep
Serves children and families struggling with mental, emotional or behavioral health challenges. Offers family and youth assessments, outpatient therapy and psychiatry, Autism services, an intensive outpatient program for ages 13–18, and summer camps.
Camps for students with LD, AD and ADHD help students increase independence by participating in camping, rock climbing, whitewater rafting, scuba diving, kayaking, and horseback riding. Students are involved in decision making, goal setting and meal planning.
Half-day learning program/camp for grades K–8 with language-based learning disabilities, Dyslexia, memory, executive functioning, and processing difficulties. Teaches students to be effective learners in a fun, camp-like setting.
The Autism Society in partnership with Aqua Pros Swim School offers surf camp for persons with Autism.
Year-round individual and group surf lessons and camps in Oceanside and Encinitas for all ages and most abilities by an Encinitas firefighter with swift water rescue certification and his trained staff. Surfboards and wetsuits provided to campers and private guests.
Offers assessment, treatment and support for children and adults with ASD and other disabilities in the form of art therapy, speech/language pathology, occupational therapy, educational supports, behavioral modification, RDI and yoga. Features the Sage Learning Center, a learning environment based on RDI principles. Summer camps and programs available.
Adaptive swim camp sponsored by the Torrey Pines Kiwanis and inclusion supported by KIT (Kids Included Together).