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Monday, March 10,2014

Special Needs

Colorado Center for the Blind Summer Youth Programs

Littleton 303-778-1130, ext. 222 www.cocenter.org

We have programs that teach the skills of blindness and offer exciting recreational activities for students in elementary school, middle school, high school and college prep.

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Adam’s Camp

Winter Park — YMCA Snow Mountain Ranch 303-563-8290 www.adamscamp.org

Adventure Camp is a five-day/ night sleepaway camp that is full of fun, challenge and adventure. Campers enjoy activities that expand social horizons and provide the opportunity to develop the courage to try new things while increasing independence and confidence. This program is designed for youth and young adults with mild to moderate developmental disabilities such as autism spectrum disorder, cerebral palsy and Down syndrome. Campers must be mobile and enjoy group activities. Campers participate in daily adventures, which may include zip-lining, archery, river rafting, alpine slide rides, swimming, wall climbing, campfires, cabin games and a camp-wide dance. Campers stay in family-style cabins with counselors, volunteers and peers. Our staffing of two experienced counselors and four teen volunteers per team of 10 campers allows for individualized relationships with each camper.

Colorado Center for the Blind Summer Youth Programs

Littleton 303-778-1130, ext. 222 www.cocenter.org

We have programs that teach the skills of blindness and offer exciting recreational activities for students in elementary school, middle school, high school and college prep.

Colorado Lions Camp

Woodland Park 719-687-2087 www.coloradolionscamp.org

Residential camp program for individuals with developmental and physical disabilities, ages 8 to senior adult.

First Descents

Estes Park 303-945-2490 www.firstdescents.org First Descents is a nonprofit organization based in Boulder that provides outdoor adventure experiences to promote emotional, psychological and physical healing for young adults with cancer, ages 18-39. Since its inception in 2001, First Descents has successfully influenced the lives of more than 3,000 young adults with cancer, by hosting one-week adventure therapy camps that are completely free for participants. First Descents will host two climbing camps in Estes Park this summer, as well as 36 other programs across 10 states and three countries.

Rocky Mountain Village

Empire 303-569-2333 www.eastersealscolorado.org

A comprehensive summer camp program serving children and adults with a wide variety of special needs.

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