All kids should have the opportunity to experience the power of camp, whenever possible. Operated by camp staff, trained volunteers and other medical staff, adaptive summer camps allow kids the opportunity to get outside, participate in traditional camp activities, receive medical education and counseling, and build supportive, lasting relationships with others who share similar life experiences.
CAMP CAN DO
A day camp specifically designed for children ages 6-12 with visual impairments, with staff and volunteers from the Texas Health and Human Service Commission, Cook Children’s and the Alexander Vision Center.
Working with Lighthouse for the Blind to offer youth with visual impairments an overnight camp experience as they learn to navigate the world and try new things.
In partnership with Cook Children’s, this camp supports youth ages 6-12 learning diabetes management strategies.
CAMP L4 (LIVE, LEARN, LAUGH & LOVE)
Partnering with Recovery Resource Council to support at-risk youth coming from local domestic violence, homeless shelters or foster care programs.
Working with Cancer Care Services to support youth who have a close family member battling cancer.
KIDS ARE HEROES TOO
Supporting youth in active military families have a fun camp experience.