New York Autism Camps and Programs
Camp Tova and CAMP Bari Tov serve children with developmental disabilities. We provide children with an exciting camp experience within a nurturing environment. Campers are transported by air-conditioned buses, to our Rockland County campgrounds. They participate in a variety of camp activities designed to foster emotional and social growth. Our staff has a strong background in special education, and our small camper to staff ratio ensures that each camper receives individualized attention.
Camp Fall Tours:
Both Tours Start at 12:00PM. Don't miss a chance to visit our facilities and see all the great things we have planned for Summer 2014!
We are the only day camp on Long Island that offers all the traditional camp activities of swimming, sports and arts and includes a full horseback riding program. We are the only summer horseback riding camp that offers bus transportation. Our campers are boys and girls ages 3 -15. We offer both English and Western Riding to meet everyone's needs. Our 33 acres of beautiful open spaces is a great place for horses and children to play. Every activity that we offer at camp, whether it is Red Cross swimming, team sports, tennis, gymnastics, archery, arts or horseback riding, is...
A Special Camp for the Special Camper; Coed, residential, ages 6-26; Autism, ADD/HD, Mental Retardation, LD; mild-severe. Therapeutic Recreation (swimming, music, arts, sports, horseback riding), Social and life skills building, Academic instruction.
$2150/week with length of stay discounts at 3, 6, and 9 weeks.
Camp Northwood's primary mission is to create a sense of community and belonging for a population of socially isolated and immature learning challenged and high functioning autistic children. Camp Northwood's program of formalized social skill instruction, woven into the fabric of a traditional camp environment, enables campers to develop age appropriate social skills while enjoying the same types of activities experienced by more traditional populations of children at camps across the country.
Syracuse, NY U.S.A.