Autism Treatment Center of America
Camp Northwood & The Northwood Center: (Located Adirondacks)
Providing quality programming to a coed population of 165 socially immature, learning challenged children in need of structure and individualized attention. It is our 2:1 camper/counselor ratio, non-competitive recreational programming and intentional focus on social skill development that enables our students to experience acceptance in a thriving camp community.
Hurry to register please call 315-831-3621 or visit: http://www.nwood.com/
Camp Oakhurst: (Located NJ Atlantic coast)
Everyone, including children and adults who have physical disabilities, needs a vacation away from home. Camp Oakhurst gives our campers a fun-filled summer vacation in a place where it's easy to participate in activities, make friends, feel accepted, and gain independence.
For more info please call: NY office: 212-533-4020 NJ office: 732-531-0215 for more info visit: http://www.campoakhurst.com/
Camp Huntington (located in the Catskills):
Co-ed, overnight, 7-week program serving 6-21 year old campers with Learning and Developmental Disabilities, ADD, PDD, autism and other special needs.
For more info visit: http://www.camphuntington.com/ or call toll free: 866-514-5281
Ramapo For Children(located in Rockland County)
They except autistic children 6-16 years old, please visit their website and call to see if your child meets criteria for their camp.
Call Kerri Wolf @ 845-876-8403 Or visit: http://www.ramapoforchildren.org/
Southampton Fresh Air Home: (located in Southampton NY)
The Southampton Fresh Air Home is a not-for-profit residential camp for physically challenged youth. Our mission is to provide an enriching, recreational camping experience. We are committed to helping our campers develop physically, emotionally, and educationally, with the goal of fostering self-esteem, maturity and independence through a broadly balanced program, while providing their families with a well-deserved respite.
For more info visit http://www.sfah.org/ or call: 631-283-5847
Horizons: (located in South Windham CT):
Provides high quality residential, recreational, support and work programs for people who are developmentally disabled or who have other challenging social and emotional needs.
For more info visit http://www.familyvillage.wisc.edu or call (860)456-1032.
Camp Hemlocks: (located in Amston, CT):
Easter Seals Connecticut provides exceptional services to ensure that all people with disabilities or special needs and their families have equal opportunities to live, learn, work and play in their communities.
For more info visit: http://ct.easterseals.com/site/ Or call: 860-228-9496 ext 200
A recreational facility, which is completely wheel chair accessible, located on Long Island Sound in Waterford, Connecticut. Admission is by a no-fee pass granted to a Connecticut resident with physical or intellectual disabilities. Qualified and trained staff includes life guards, medical personnel and therapeutic riding instructor.
For more info visit: http://www.thearcnlc.org/camp.htm or contact program director Jen Hickey at 860-889-4435 Ext. 101