Special Needs Camps

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Courtesy Adam's Camp

Special Needs Day Camps

BPR EXPAND: Camp Amico

Boulder

303-441-4933

www.BPRcamps.org

Experience fun and friendship with this special camp pairing youth with and without disabilities. Campers will enjoy swimming, games, crafts and field trips to improve social skills, fitness and fun! Open to mentors and youth with disabilities. Ages 12-18. Give us a call for more information.

BPR EXPAND: Outdoor Adventure Camp

Boulder

303-441-3416

www.BPRcamps.org

This camp is specifically for youth with mental health diagnoses/affective needs. We offer many fun, challenging outdoor activities and field trips, all great for problem solving, social skills and self-awareness. It’s a six-week program, for ages 6-11. Give us a call for more information.

Colorado Conservatory of Dance’s Summer Camps

Broomfield

303-466-5685

ccdance.org/adaptive-dance-program/

Ballet Expressions, a program designed for children with specific physical and cognitive needs, is offered for children ages 4-18. There is something for you this summer at CCD! Give us a call or please visit our website for details about our summer programs.

True Learning Educational Services Personalized Instruction & Enrichment (P.I.E.) STEAM Program

Lafayette

510-909-9939

truelearningeducation.com

Don’t just have your child learn math and science this summer, have them experience it! Immerse your child in a hands-on journey of scientific and mathematical exploration that is customized to your child’s interests. Your child will use his/her problem solving, designing and assembly skill sets in the fields of robotics, chemistry, physics and bio-technology. Specific half-day weekly sessions are available for students entering grades K-second, third-fifth or sixth-eighth. Contact us for details!

Overnight

Adam’s Camp

Granby — YMCA Snow Mountain Ranch

303-563-8290

www.adamscamp.org

Adventure Camp is a five day/night sleep-away camp that is full of fun, challenge and adventure! Campers enjoy activities that expand social horizons and given the opportunity to develop the courage to try new things while increasing independence and confidence. This program is designed for youth and 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, rafting, alpine slides, swimming, wall climbing, tubing, low ropes course, hiking, talent show, campfires and a camp-wide dance. Campers stay in family-style cabins with counselors, volunteers and peers. Our staffing of two experienced counselors and four volunteers per team of 10 campers allows for individualized relationships with each camper. Join us this summer in exploring the beauty and adventure that the Rocky Mountains offers!

Colorado Lions Camp

Woodland Park

719-687-2087

www.coloradolionscamp.org

This residential camp program is for individuals with developmental and physical disabilities, ages 8-senior adult.

First Descents

Estes Park

303-945-2490

www.firstdescents.org

First Descents is a nonprofit organization based in Denver that provides life-changing outdoor adventures for young adults ages 18-39 with cancer. Since its inception in 2001, First Descents has successfully influenced the lives of more than 3,000 young adults with cancer by hosting multi-day adventure programs that are free for participants. First Descents will host climbing programs in Estes Park this summer, as well as over 30 other programs across 12 states and multiple 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.