Mainstream Camps and Programs

Mainstream camps refer to the type of camp that mixes children with special needs with non-disabled kids. The advantages of this camp are that it is more common, usually inexpensive and easier to find. If your child has special needs, he will have See More »

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Camp Kennebec

Camp Kennebec is wonderful place for teens and kids with special needs, to provide them with an environment that fosters their accomplishments, friendships, and a great time with memories of a fabulous summer.

Campers are ages 6 and up with a variety of exceptionalities--Autism, Asperger's, ADD, ADHD, OCD, Tourette's Syndrome, Learning Difficulties, Social Difficulties, and many others.

Families can choose from overnight camps with sessions lasting from 1 to 7 weeks, whichever is best for the family.

The Fashion Class

Our children's Fashion Design and Sewing Summer Camp for Kids in NYC is a great way to spend one plus weeks of summer vacation! Campers will learn to sew using a sewing machine, illustrate and design fashion, create personalized accessories and have a blast with fashion-forward kids their age. Camp is separated into two separate groups according to age; kids 6-8 and tweens 9-12 years old - we also offer a teen camp for older students. Our kids camp runs 10am-3pm with early drop off and late pick up available. Each day breaks down into three classes with experienced instructors (and our CPR & First Aid certified TFC staffers) who work in the fashion industry. ...

Bais Ezra Summer Camp

  • Brooklyn, NY U.S.A.


Police Athletic League

  • Bronx, NY U.S.A.

Kamp Kolot

  • Los Angeles, CA U.S.A.

Camp Kodiak

  • Mckellar, Ontario Canada

Family School (The)

  • New York, NY U.S.A.

YAI-Mainstreaming At Camp

  • New York, NY U.S.A.

Camp Kodiak

  • Mckellar, Ontario Canada

Camp FreeSpirit

  • Liberty, NC U.S.A.

SMILE A WHILE Day Camp

  • Altadena, CA U.S.A.

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About Mainstream Camps and Programs

Mainstream camps refer to the type of camp that mixes children with special needs with non-disabled kids. The advantages of this camp are that it is more common, usually inexpensive and easier to find. If your child has special needs, he will have See More »