Day Special Needs Camps

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Day Camps


Adams Camp

Winter Park — YMCA Snow Mountain Ranch 303-563-8290

Children with special needs and their families will take part in intensive, personalized and integrated therapeutic and recreational programs. Our programs are open to children with all types of developmental disabilities beginning at age 1 and up. Programs are offered in the Rockies and in Metro Denver. A one-week residential camp for ages 7 and up is also offered.

Brain Balance

Golden 303-278-1780

Brain Balance Achievement Centers work with children with ADHD, dyslexia and learning, communication and sensory issues by implementing a program that focuses on academic and sensory-motor activities in addition to dietary changes.

Camp Erin



HospiceCare is excited to sponsor Camp Erin, a free weekend bereavement camp for children and teens, ages 6-17, who have experienced the death of someone close to them. It runs Aug. 10-12 and combines the fun of a traditional camp with bereavement education and emotional support to help kids cope with grief and loss. All of the activities are facilitated by HospiceCare grief counselors and specially trained volunteers. Camp Erin is free to all campers on a first-come, first-served basis. Activities include outdoor sports, canoe rides, fishing, a challenge course, arts and crafts, creative expression and remembrance activities.

Colorado Center for the Blind Summer Youth Programs

Littleton 303-778-1130 ext. 222

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 Therapeutic Riding Center

Longmont 303-652-9131 camp.html

joins special-need and able-bodied campers to learn about horses and
riding. Our structured camps offer a safe, supportive environment to
learn, grow, and have fun.

Learning Pathways

Boulder 303-449-1941

2006, Learning Pathways has been helping students who struggle with
dyslexia and/or language-based deficiencies achieve their success in
reading and language-based skills.