Camps for Children, Teens, and Adults with Additional Needs
The following camps cater to the individual needs of a specific population of children, teens, and/or adults. It is imperative to consult the camp listings and then contact each camp for detailed information with regards to the specific populations that each camp serves (e.g. a tripping camp for teens with physical disabilities).
Camps Working Towards Inclusion
Camps working towards inclusion are noted in the OCA Camps Guide by an (*) beside their names. They have indicated that they may have the resources available to meet the needs of children, teens, and adults with disabilities/special needs within an inclusive setting. The OCA Special Needs Resource Committee strongly suggests that families contact Camp Directors of the specific camps they are considering to discuss and understand how an individual’s needs can be met through the camp’s available resources.
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The OCA Conference Committee is proud to announce that Jesse Wente of CBC will be presenting the opening Keynote Address at the OCA 2017 A.