Adaptive Summer Camps

 

Summer camps are a once in a lifetime opportunity for kids to adventure and explore with their peers. Here are some camps especially good for kids with physical and medical needs.

Camp Korey

Camp Korey offers week long sessions 8 times throughout the summer for children between the ages of 7 and 16 who live with a serious or life-altering medical condition. All outdoor activities are accessible for a variety of needs. Medical and assistant.Campers can choose how they participate in the following activities:

  • fishing
  • boating
  • arts & crafts
  • cheering
  • dancing
  • stage performances
  • swimming
  • equestrian program
  • pet therapy
  • archery
  • an indoor rock wall
  • an adaptive ropes course with zip line.

Camp Casey

Kiwanis Camp Casey is a week long summer camp for children ages 6-17 with physical disabilities. Campers are given accommodations to participate in the following activities:

  • swimming
  • trips to the beach and Fort Casey
  • campfires
  • a dance
  • talent show
  • carnival
  • parade
  • themed meals
  • Interest groups: cooking, science, drama, sports, etc.
  • appearances from local mascots and performers

Check out Seattle Children’s Hospital Summer Camp list for a list of Washington state camps that provide accommodations for children with a variety of diagnoses and needs. If cost is an issue, many of the camps have scholarships available.

 


Contact Anna Brown, BS, PT, DPT to make a physical therapy appointment for your child in your home and community.

Foundation Children’s Physical Therapy 206.499.7671 -foundationchildrenspt@gmail.com www.foundationchildrensphysicaltherapy.com 


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