Can someone recommend a disability camps for the summer?

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My children go to camp abilities. They only do blind/deaf/deafblind as far as i know. (sorry you didn't specify which disability) It only is offered in a few states as far as i know. As of today i know Brockport only had 28 more openings, so if it's something you want you need to turn in an application ASAP.

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Camp rainbow camp,is amazing. My daughter has went there for 6 yrs. now. Very reliable staff,great activaties. Just a all out good camp. :)

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It doesn't say what state or area you're looking for but here in SE Michigan it's SCAMP which is a day camp.

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Check out Joni and Friends family retreats:

http://www.joniandfriends.org/family-retreats/

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Camp Maple Leaf in IL.

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Camp Courage in MN. There are two locations, Maple Lake (50 miles of the Twin Cities) & by Lake George near Itasca State Park (northern part of the state). For info you can contact: (Toll Free) 1-866-520-0504 or (local) 763-520-0504 or e-mail CourageCamps@CourageCenter.org

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What area?

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Camp Ho Mita Koda in Newbury,Ohio is one of the best camps in the country for kids with diabetes. Almost all councelors have T1D and have doctors and nurses on staff 24/7. There are kids that come from all over the country just for this camp. http://camp.dagc.org

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http://www.campcamp.org/

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it's in Cedarpoint Texas btw

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