2021 Camps for Kids with Special Needs

Listings are continuously being updated for 2021 based on information we collect directly from camps through an online questionnaire.
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PHOENIX



The H.E.A.R.T. Center
21152 N. 22nd St., Phoenix
818-613-6394 • theheart-center.com/programs
Ages 7-18. Half-day Horse Camps, Siblings Camp for siblings of children with special needs, Yoga + Horse Camp, and Adaptive Adventure Camp with an overnight trip. Half- and full-day sessions four or five days a week June 1-July 30. $225-$575.

Gateway Academy
3939 E Shea Blvd, Phoenix
480-998-1071 • gatewayacademy.us
Summer Social Camp. Ages 11-18 (on the autism spectrum). A supportive environment that allows children to be themselves, lessens anxiety and helps campers work on skills like self-confidence, self-awareness, self-control and emotional regulation, collaborative problem solving, social thinking and social understanding. Weekly themes include robotics, anime, Nerf Warz, Anthro Appreciation, cooking, coding, Japanese, Pokemon Trainers Club, Tabletop Gamers and eSports. Two-week, full-day sessions Monday-Friday May 31-June 25. $1,000.


PRESCOTT


Then And Now Integrated Care Center Inc.
Camp Pinerock and Retreat Center
1400 Pine Drive #203, Prescott

602-888-9448 • thenandnowicc.com
Camp Then And Now. Ages 11-14. A three-day residential camp focused on mindfulness and coping skills. Paint and Soft Sip, mindfulness walks, bereavement conversations, group therapy, yoga classes, outdoor meditation, outdoor sports, swimming and Night @ the Camp Fire. July 22-25. $549.


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