Summer Camps



Camp Woodlands – “Growing in Abilities”

The daily schedule will consist of scheduled activities that pertain to the weeks theme. The activities include: Morning Cafe’, crafts, life skills, sensory time, outside games, indoor social skills groupings, snack, lunch, bathroom breaks, water play and much more!

Each day your child will be exposed to a fun, loving and nurturing program staff that is driven to help make your child;’s experience a memorable one. All staff is highly trainer in working with children of various diagnosis and has their state mandated training’s, plus those required by the program director.

  • Camp Director Jackie Breault
  • 267-461-0537
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AMICA Cherokee Day Camp

Camp is a place for making friends, learning new skills, trying new activities, and connecting with nature. For more than 150 years, summer camps have helped children learn valuable life skills like communication, conflict resolution, cooperation, independence, problem-solving, responsibility, and teamwork. AMICA offers unique programming to develop these proficiencies in individuals who struggle socially.

Camp Carousel

Camp Carousel offers a one on one program for children who require individualized attention. The counselor assigned to the child is a college age student. The staff is comprised of special education teachers. The campers are assisted to participate in self-help and life skills. They also go swimming and do arts and crafts.

Ivy Hill Integrated Summer Camp

Ivy Hill’s Inclusion Based Summer Camp is a great way for children to develop riding skills as well as enjoy social interaction with children who share similar interests. Campers put on their riding gear and get ready for their riding lesson, crafts, and hands on horse related activities. Ivy Hill invites individuals of all ages and skill levels to join us for a fun filled week of camp. Ivy Hill is more than just a riding school; we provide a well balanced equestrian program. During camp each child discovers the joy of horses. Ivy Hill provides a safe and fun learning environment for all participants to want to experience the magic of horses. 2010 will be our 5th year running an integrated summer camp.

  • Megan Hance
  • 215-822-2515
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Variety Club Camp

Variety Club Camp and Developmental Center offers 3 two-week day camp sessions for youth (5-21 years) who have developmental disabilities, primarily mental retardation and mild autism. Day Camp operates Monday thru Friday, from 9am – 3pm. Activities include: crafts, aquatics, games, music, life skills, and sports. Campers are grouped in age appropriate teams 8 – 12 kids with 4-7 counselors per team. Siblings and other children without disabilities are invited to attend camp, too! A Counselor-in-Training program is also available for teens, ages 15-21 years.

Camp Kid Around

The camp is for children with Autism/PDD ages 4 -9. It has three sessions during the summer and camp runs from 9AM to 12 noon. Activities include: Gymnastics, arts & crafts, Games & races, parachute fun and Water fun and Outdoor play.

Abington ADD Center

This program specializes in Neurofeedback for ADD/ADHD. This program could be an alternative to medication based treatment. It is a carefully developed and supervised computer assisted program of biofeedback, using proven techniques with lasting improvement in concentration and behavior.

Tabor Children’s House

Tabor Children’s House is a not for profit facility. Applications are accepted without regard to race, religion, color, national origin or sex. This is not a special needs camp but children with special needs are welcome.

  • Summer Enrichment Camp Program
  • Doylestown, PA
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Camp Pals

Camp PALS aims to offer young adults with Down syndrome the best week of their summer while providing a variety of experiences, new opportunities, and a chance to become more independent. We strive to create an impassioned camp community: campers, counselors, parents, and friends who encourage each other and grow together. We also attempt to make a meaningful impact in the larger Down syndrome community.

Camp Kirby

Held in beautiful Bucks County, Camp Kirby is the perfect environment for children to participate in the camping experience. There are beautiful fields for team sports and archery, a beautiful outdoor pool plus a dining hall with state of the art kitchen facilities, an arts and crafts building, rec center, computer center plus residential cabins, medical quarters and a small trading post.

LaSalle’s Summer Inclusion Program

Come explore the world at Limekiln-Simmons Elementary School Horsham! We invite your family for 3 weeks to participate in a summer program where fun and learning collide. The program is June 29th – July 17th from 9:!5AM – 1:15 PM. The cost is $125 per child. Contact Dr. Carole Patrylo at, or Megan Lawler 215-951-1593.

  • Dr. Carole Patrylo:
  • Megan Lawler: 215-951-1593
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Bensalem Township Summer Camp Recreation Program for Children with Special Needs

The Recreation Department’s Special Needs program is NOT designed for children with severe disabilities including certain degrees of Autism and Extreme Behavioral Conditions which require any form of support staff.  This program will take place at Struble Elementary School and has very limited enrollment (10 children Maximum).  Children enrolled in this program must be able to handle 5 hour activity periods. This is strictly a socialization program and therefore does not follow your child’s school based IEP.

  • 215-633-3724
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Bristol Township Summer Camp

This camp is for ages 5 -14 years old.  Children must have completed Kindergarten.  Proof of residency will be required at registration.

  • 267-812-2933
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Kids on Campus Summer Day Camps in Newtown, PA

Whether you are looking for art, music, languages, sports, sciences, test prep, or study skills, we invite you to check back!

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Silver Lake Nature Center, Bristol, PA

Silver Lake Nature Center’s Summer Camp gives children the opportunity to get outside and explore! Each day brings a new adventure, helping to revive the lost art of being a kid. While our focus is on nature, we also offer art, cooking, engineering, poetry, and sports! Our camp features: college-educated adult counselors, small group sizes, ability for campers to choose activities, both indoor and outdoor activities, interaction with peers in safe setting, and a sense of place.

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