Day Camps, Sleepaway Camps, and Summer Programs for Children with Special Needs in Manhattan

Day Camps, Sleepaway Camps, and Summer Programs for Children with Special Needs in Manhattan

UPDATED December 2018: 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 ...

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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

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...

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Summer Camps That Offer Special Needs Programs and Services for Campers on Long Island

Summer Camps That Offer Special Needs Programs and Services for Campers on Long Island

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...

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Summer Camps That Offer Special Needs Programs and Services for Campers in Manhattan, Brooklyn, and Queens

Summer Camps That Offer Special Needs Programs and Services for Campers in Manhattan, Brooklyn, and Queens

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...

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Summer Camp to Expand Programming for Children with Special Needs

Summer Camp to Expand Programming for Children with Special Needs

Gersh Academy @ West Hills Day Camp in Huntington will be offering increased integration opportunities for campers with special needs on campus and in the community, starting summer 2018.

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New Residential Summer Camp for Children with Special Needs

New Residential Summer Camp for Children with Special Needs

Reece School will be launching a residential summer camp, Camp Reece, at Skidmore College in Saratoga Springs this July

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Long Island Camps for Kids

Long Island Camps for Kids

UPDATED MARCH 2015: The best Long Island day camps and specialty camps are here! Whether your child is interested in dance, theater, martial arts, gymnastics, sports, or other specialty camps, or you're looking for academic summer programs, you'll ...

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Two New Summer Camps for Children with Social Deficits

Rockland Jewish Family Service Summer Camps for Children with Social Deficits will offer two new programs this summer: Camp Kipanga for children ages 5-10 and Camp Katikati for children ages 11-13. The camps are for children with social deficits su...

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Ask the Expert: How Does Sleepaway Camp Help Children With ADHD Develop Better Decision Making Skills?

Sending your child with ADHD to summer camp or a travel program can be nerve-wracking. Eugene Bell, Ed.M. of Summit Camp offers advice for parents on how to worry less about summer programs geared towards children with ADHD and special needs, and h...

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How to Choose a Camp for Children with Special Needs

Day camp, sleepaway camp, or short-term respite camp—which is right for your child with special needs? Gina Maranga, director of program operations at Block Institute in Brooklyn, offers advice on how to select the best summer camp for a child with...

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How to Choose a Summer Camp for Children with Disabilities

It can be hard for parents of children with disabilities to find a summer camp that's just the right fit for their child. Here, Gary Shulman, program director for Resources for Children with Special Needs, Inc., offers helpful tips on navigating th...

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Special Camps for Special Needs Children

Here are 10 questions to ask about a prospective summer program if you have a child with special needs.

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