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Summer Camps That Offer Special Needs Programs and Services for Campers in Westchester County

Summer Camps That Offer Special Needs Programs and Services for Campers in Westchester County

Find a summer camp in Westchester County for your child with special needs.


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Finding the right programs for children with special needs to have fun can be a challenge—especially if the camp your kid wants to attend doesn’t have the proper support for children with special needs. We took the guesswork out of your summer camp shopping and compiled a list of summer camps in Westchester County that are either only for children with special needs or offer services and programs for children with special needs in a mainstream setting. These camps with programs for children with special needs are located in and near Westchester County, including day and specialty camps located in Larchmont, White Plains, Southfield, Pleasantville, Harrison, New Rochelle, and Tarrytown.

Curtain Call, Inc.
1349 Newfield Ave., Stamford, CT
203-329-8207

Curtain Call's educational team has had years of experience working with students with special needs and learning disabilities in integrated classrooms. Please contact our education director directly at 203-329-8207 x16 or [email protected]

Destination Science - The FUN Science Day Camp for Kids 5-11!
Multiple Locations in Westchester County
888-909-2822

We have had many campers with mild special needs at Destination Science. Please call us to discus your child’s unique requirements 888-909-2822. If your child requires an aide in school, then you will need to send an aide to camp.

MacInspires
1923 Palmer Ave., Larchmont
914-630-7338

Special needs students and campers are always welcome. MacInspires strives to create an inspiring and educational environment for kids of all backgrounds.

Mosholu Day Camp
261 Arden Valley Road, Southfield
845 243-0751

Mosholu Day Camp
261 Arden Valley Road, Southfield
845 243-0751

Campers with special needs are involved in our Camp Sunshine Program in which closer camper-to-counselor ratios help to make the summer successful. Campers and parents must submit an IEP and schedule a pre-camp intake to make sure we meet the camper’s needs.

Steffi Nossen School of Dance
216 Central Ave.
914-328-1900

People with physical, developmental, and learning delays have dance programs Moving Wheels & Heels Intensive, a weeklong full-day program for adults incorporating technique, composition, and repertory to build strength, self-confidence, and creativity. Three-day morning Youth Camp for ages 8-14 combines dance with craft and literature components.

Westfair Swim Camp
Pace University, 861 Bedford Road, Pleasantville
914-588-2971

High functioning special needs campers have always been a welcome addition to our camp. Westfair Swim Camp focuses on individual skill development and water safety for all swim levels. Swimmers will be instructed in small groups of similar age, skill, and experience.


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