Summer Camp is a series of 6-day/5-night sessions for children and adults, aged 5 to 50 years, with mild to severe medical conditions or disabilities (including medical, physical, intellectual, and developmental). Siblings aged 5-13 years without a medical condition or disability may attend as well!
Summer Camp sessions are held at Camp CAMP in Center Point, Texas, on a beautiful 55-acre property along the Guadalupe River. CAMP modifies traditional summer camp activities to meet the unique needs of each camper. Campers have the opportunity to participate in a variety of activities such as canoeing, horseback riding, swimming, music, sports & recreation, arts & crafts, and outdoor cooking.
While at Summer Camp, campers are assigned to a Tribe based on gender and age. Here they are partnered with a trained counselor who provides a caring and supportive environment for the camper while fostering the social development of campers and their connections with peers.
CAMP’s cabins are large, climate-controlled, and wheelchair-accessible. Meals can be modified to accommodate special dietary needs. Each camper’s medical needs and medication administration are overseen by healthcare professionals.
Why Respite Is Important!
Julie Allen talks about the importance and need for Respite opportunities for families.
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Hope Shares her Favorite Memory
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