U.S.A. Hearing Impaired Camps and Programs

If your child is deaf or hearing impaired in some way, she will have fun at hearing impaired camp during the summer. She can explore her world with others in her same situation, through fun games, group and individual sessionsSee More »

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    Charis Hills

    Charis Hills is a special needs, recreational summer camp helping children with learning differences build confidence and find success. We serve campers ages 7-18. We welcome campers with ADHD, Learning Disabilities, speech/language and hearing impairment, emotional/behavioral challenges including high functioning Autism and Asperger's. Camp is a great place to teach social skills. Campers also receive academic instruction for one activity period each day. Located one hour from the DFW area.

    Camp Lee Mar


    Bill Rice Ranch

    • Murfreesboro, TN U.S.A.

    Aspen Camp School for the Deaf

    • Snowmass, CO U.S.A.

    Sertoma Camp Endeavor

    • Dundee, FL U.S.A.

    Lion's Camp Merrick

    • Nanjemoy, MD U.S.A.

    Fa-Ho-Lo Deaf Family Camp

    • Grass Lake, MI U.S.A.

    Austine Green Mountain Lions Camp

    • Brattleboro, VT U.S.A.

    Camp Rise 'N Sign

    • Nashville, TN U.S.A.

    Illinois School for the Deaf

    • Jacksonville, IL U.S.A.

    Mid-Hudson Valley Camp

    • Esopus, NY U.S.A.

    Camp Shocco for the Deaf

    • Talladega, AL U.S.A.

    TechGirlz

    • Rochester, NY U.S.A.

    Camp SummerSign

    • Brentwood, TN U.S.A.

    Camp ChiCueGo

    • Mt Prospect, IL U.S.A.

    Deaf Kids' Kamp

    • Las Vegas, NV U.S.A.

    International Creative Arts Camp

    • Northbrook, IL U.S.A.

    Clarke Summer Program

    • Northampton, MA U.S.A.

    Camp Chris Williams

    • Lansing, MI U.S.A.

    CueCamp Friendship

    • Silver Spring, MD U.S.A.

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      About U.S.A. Hearing Impaired Camps and Programs

      If your child is deaf or hearing impaired in some way, she will have fun at hearing impaired camp during the summer. She can explore her world with others in her same situation, through fun games, group and individual sessionsSee More »