Visually Impaired Camps and Programs

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    Camp Lee Mar

    Camp Huntington

    Camp Huntington is a co-ed, residential program for children and young adults with special learning and developmental needs.; Coed, residential, ages 6-26; Autism, ADD/HD, Mental Retardation, LD; mild-severe.

    Our summer camp and weekend camp programs are designed to maximize a child's potential, locate and develop strengths and hidden abilities. Your child will enjoy the fun-filled days of summer camp while learning practical social and life skills. We offer a unique program approach of adaptive therapeutic recreation, which combines key elements that encourage progress: structured programming, nurturing care, a positive setting, and...

    National Camps for the Blind

    • Oshawa, Ontario Canada


    Summer Enrichment Camp

    • Nashville, TN U.S.A.

    Wisconsin Lions Camp

    • Rosholt, WI U.S.A.

    CNIB Lake Joseph Centre

    • Mactier, ON Canada

    Camp Alamisco

    • Dadeville, AL U.S.A.

    Bay Cliff Health Camp

    • Big Bay, MI U.S.A.

    Trooper Island Camp

    • Lexington, KY U.S.A.

    Perkins School for the Blind

    • Watertown, MA U.S.A.

    Lions Bear Lake Camp

    • Lapeer, MI U.S.A.

    Camp Inter-Actions

    • Georges Mills, NH U.S.A.

    Alabama School for the Blind

    • Talladega, AL U.S.A.

    Camp Tuhsmeheta

    • Greenville, MI U.S.A.

    Camp Marcella

    • Hasbrouck Heights, NJ U.S.A.

    Camp Wanaqua

    • Bronx, NY U.S.A.

    Helen Keller Camp

    • Farmingdale, NY U.S.A.

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      About Visually Impaired Camps and Programs

      A visually impaired camp is dedicated to guiding blind children towards personal growth through programs that revolve around education, recreation, treatment and socialization, in an outdoor setting. More specifically, these camps help participants develop self concept and self confidence, builSee More »