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Summer 2015 Camps and Programs

Compiled by Marci Wheeler, MSW and Lisa Bidwell, BA

         

          
 

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Please note that this directory has been compiled and posted as a service to the community. The Indiana Resource Center for Autism (IRCA) does not endorse any particular activity or organization on this list. Camps listed specifically serve persons with disabilities and/or include this population in their program. Some solely serve children and/or adults on the autism spectrum. Parents are advised to investigate the opportunities presented below to determine the appropriateness of each activity for their family member.

More and more families are checking their local YMCA, Parks and Recreation department, and even private gyms and recreational facilities and finding that programs have been, or are being, developed for children and/or adults with disabilities. For example, there are martial arts programs available in some communities for individuals with special needs, and there also martial arts programs that include people on the autism spectrum.

Some programs have an “inclusion coordinator” or other staff designated to support children and/or adults with disabilities. Within this listing, you will notice a few programs offered by these types of organizations around Indiana. You are encouraged to check with various organizations in your community to inquire about their specialized programs and/or supports within existing programs to accommodate children and adults with disabilities, including individuals on the autism spectrum.

Additionally, Special Olympics Indiana might be an option for your family members who have an interest in playing a variety of sports. Special Olympics Indiana provides year-round sports training and athletic competition in over twenty Olympic-type sports for children and adults with disabilities in communities across Indiana. To find out more about Special Olympics Indiana programs, and/or opportunities to get involved in your area, check out their website at http://soindiana.org/ or call 800-742-0612.

Another avenue for locating and pursuing summer camps and programs might be found at your local college or children's museum.  Though not designed specifically for children or teens with autism, some may offer programs which focus on a special interest and/or special talent that matches well with your family member.

Every effort was made to provide current and accurate information; however, as the information comes from many sources, some information may have changed prior to the posting of this list. Additionally, while all attempts were made to make this list as comprehensive as possible, there may be other programs and/or camps in your area. In the event you know of an opportunity not appearing on this list, please send the details to us via Marci Wheeler at mwheeler@indiana.edu or at 812-855-6508 and we’ll be happy to add it. Thank you!

CAMPS

INDIANA


Anderson (Madison County)

SonRise Camp
6720 S Ridgeview Road
Anderson, IN 46013

Location: SonRise Retreat Center, Anderson, IN
Dates: June 8-13, June 15-20, June 22-27, July 6-11, July 13-18, July 20-25, July 27-August 1, August 3-8
Cost: $525/session
Contact:  877-642-9902 or email sonrise@mailblc.org
Website: http://bethesdalutherancommunities.org/page.aspx?pid=734
SonRise Camp provides a Christ-centered camping experience for adults with intellectual and developmental disabilities. Applications may be downloaded from the website.

Avon (Hendricks County)

SpringHill Day Camp
Kingsway Christian Church
7981 E County Road 100 N
Avon, IN 46123

Location: Kingsway Christian Church, Avon, IN
Dates: June 22-26 and July 6-10
Cost: $169 (scholarships available)
Contact: 317-272-2222
Website: https://www.springhillcamps.com/go/DayCamp/IN/avon.aspx
SpringHill Day Camp at Kingsway Christian Church is an inclusion based camp for children K-3rd grade. Children with special needs receive a one-on-one counselor. Activities vary, but usually include arts and crafts, rock climbing, and water activities.

Bloomington (Monroe County)

iCan Bike Camp
1965 S Henderson St
Bloomington, IN 47401

Location: Frank Southern Ice Arena
Dates: Aug. 17-21, 2015 (75 minutes daily, after school hours)
Cost: $150
Contact: Deborah Myerson at 812-993-0898, or email icanbikebloomington@gmail.com
Website:  http://icanbikebloomington.org    Program info:  http://icanbike.org     

The iCan Bike program teaches individuals with disabilities how to ride a conventional bike and become a lifelong independent rider! iCan Bike riders are children ages 8 and up, teens and sometimes adults who have a diagnosed disability but able to walk without assistive devices and sidestep from side to side. By the end of the five-day camp, over 80% of riders learn to ride a conventional bike completely independently. iCan Bike uses a fleet of adapted bicycles, a specialized instructional program and a trained staff to teach individuals with disabilities how to ride a bike. Riders attend the same 75-minute session each day for five consecutive days (M – F) whereby they are physically assisted and encouraged by two volunteer “spotters.” Over the course of the five-day camp, the adapted bike is adjusted to gradually introduce more instability in an effort to challenge riders at their own individual pace. The week concludes with a touching and inspiring award ceremony!

Kid City
Bloomington Parks and Recreation Department
401 N Morton Street, Suite 250
Bloomington, IN 47404

Location: Allison-Jukebox Community Center, 351 S Washington, Bloomington, IN
Dates: June 1-July 31
Cost: $155 (Bloomington residents, otherwise $160)
Contact: Amy Shrake at 812-349-3747, or email shrakea@bloomington.in.gov
Website: http://bloomington.in.gov/kidcity and http://bloomington.in.gov/inclusive
The City of Bloomington Parks and Recreation Department is committed to an inclusive approach to recreation. Inclusion is individuals with and without disabilities participating in recreation activities together. In order for individuals with disabilities to participate as fully as possible, reasonable accommodations are provided. Reasonable accommodations are individualized techniques and resources used to enhance program participation without fundamentally altering a program. Inclusion makes it possible for individuals to choose from the vast array of programs offered by City of Bloomington Parks and Recreation.

Campabilities
Monroe County YMCA
 2125 S Highland Avenue
Bloomington, IN 47401

Location: Monroe County YMCA, Bloomington, IN
Dates: July 6-10 and July 20-24, Monday-Friday, 9:00 am-1:00 pm
Cost: $75 for YMCA members; $100 for non-members
Contact: Annie Schaffer at 812-961-2152, or email aschaffer@monroecountyymca.org
Website: http://www.monroecountyymca.org/Pages/default.aspx
Transitional camp for kids ages 4-16 who may need a little extra support. Includes daily crafts, pow-wow, games, and swimming.

Informatics Summer Camp
IU School of Informatics and Computing
IU Bloomington
919 E 10th Street
Bloomington, IN 47408

Location: IU Bloomington, Bloomington IN
Dates: June 21-25
Cost: $425, includes housing in residence hall, meals, and other activities; scholarships are available
Contact: Nancy Lemons at 812-855-8625, or email nlemons@indiana.edu
Website: http://www.soic.indiana.edu/student-life/summer-camp/index.html
IU’s Informatics Summer Camp is for students in the eighth through eleventh grade with an interest in technology. Students will get hands on experience, explore potential career paths, strengthen problem solving and communication skills, and hang out with other campers. To apply, fill out the application and submit a 100-word essay about why you want to attend the camp. You can apply either online or through regular mail. Address regular mail to the care of Nancy Lemons, 919 East 10th Street, Room 101, Bloomington, IN, 47408.

Reach High Consulting Summer Camp
Reach High Consulting
2101 W Tapp Road
Bloomington, IN 47403
Location: Reach High Consulting, Bloomington, IN
Dates: June to August, Monday-Friday, 8:00 am-4:00 pm
Cost: Contact office for cost information
Contact:  Shawn Ridinger at 812-330-4460, or email outreach@reachhighconsulting.org
Website:  https://reachhighconsulting.org/form_page/summer-camp-registration/
Reach High Summer Camp is an 8 week community intensive program that provides your child with 1 on 1 attention. Summer is a time of year where most kids lose a number of skills taught during the school year. RHSC is a place to not only help your child retain those skills, but also teach new skills. Campers attend programs at places such as our local Wonderlab, splash pad, water parks, and more. Ages 2-adult.

Summer @ CIP
High School Summer Program
CIP Bloomington Center
425 N College Avenue
Bloomington, IN 47408

Location:  Held at Indiana University, Bloomington, IN
Dates: July 13-25
Cost: $4,500 covers room and board, meals, and 1 college credit
Contact:  877-566-9247, ext. 13, or email info@cipsummer.com
Website: http://cipworldwide.org/summer/summer-program-locations/h-s-program/
The High School Summer Program at Summer @ CIP on the IU Bloomington campus offers high school students with Asperger’s, ADHD, and other learning differences a chance to experience a taste of independence while residing on campus in a college dormitory. Participants are introduced to the skills necessary for success at college, including social, academic, and independent living skills.

UTS Summer Camp
Unlocking the Spectrum, Bloomington
417 S Clarizz Boulevard
Bloomington, IN 47401 

Location: Unlocking the Spectrum, Bloomington, IN
Dates: June-August (times TBA)
Cost: Insurance covers most costs
Contact: Emily Eaker toll free at 855-INFO-UTS (855-463-6887), or email emilyeaker@unlockingthespectrum.com  
Website: www.unlockingthespectrum.com
UTS summer camp is specifically designed to meet the needs of children with autism spectrum disorders. UTS’s summer camp will incorporate highly individualized goals and skill building into each activity to include highly focused and individualized attention provided by a 1:1 ABA therapist who is assigned to each individual camper. Camp activities will include a wide range in interesting, child-centered, and fun opportunities. Peer interaction and cooperation will be highlighted. Campers will participate in arts and crafts and outdoor play as well as community activities to include swimming, the zoo, the children’s museum and much more.

Bristol (Elkhart County)

Camp ADEC
19670 State Road 120
Bristol, IN 46507
 
Location: ADEC, Bristol, IN
Dates: 8 weeks, June through August 1
Cost: accepts Medicaid waiver, self pay $60/week
Contact: Michelle McGuin at 574- 848-7451, or email McGuinM@adecinc.com
Website: http://www.adecinc.com/
ADEC strives to provide families vital support through meaningful activities for their school aged children with developmental disabilities.

Bristow (Perry County)

Anderson Woods
3966 Adyeville Road
Bristow, IN 47515

Location:  Anderson Woods; Bristow, IN
Dates: Adult and children sessions through June and July; call or email for specific dates
Cost: $175/session
Contact:  812-357-2325 or 812-639-1079, or email andersonwoods@psci.net
Website:  http://www.andersonwoods.org/summer-camp.html
During the four-day, three-night sessions, campers learn self-confidence, trust and responsibility through working together, caring for animals, tending the garden, and enjoying the beauty of nature.

Brownsburg (Hendricks County)

Meaningful Day Services Summer Program
Meaningful Day Services, Inc. 
225 S School Street
Brownsburg, IN 46112

Location: Meaningful Day Services; Brownsburg, IN
Dates: June 1-July 31
Cost: Medicaid waiver funding and private pay
Contact: 317-858-8630
Website: http://meaningfuldays.com/
Meaningful Day Services Summer Camp is for children and adolescents with disabilities. While at camp your child will enjoy a wide variety of curriculum including, but not limited to, social skill building, exercise, self-help skills, art, academic skills and more. Services are provided at a 1:1 ratio to ensure that your child gets the most benefit from the program. We also have daily community outings including some volunteer opportunities for your loved one to participate in.

Carmel (Hamilton County)

Carmel/Clay Parks & Recreation Summer Camp Series
1235 Central Park Drive East
Carmel, IN 46032

Location:  Various Elementary Schools/Carmel Parks/Monon Community Center
Dates: Monday-Friday. Various dates during June 1 to July 31, depending on the camp theme selected.
Cost: $180/week, (10% for full summer; scholarships available)
Contact: Ben Johnson at 317-573-5240, or email bjohnson@carmelclayparks.com; or Jennifer Brown 317-843-3864, or email jbrown@carmelclayparks.com
Website:  http://carmelclayparks.com/summercampseries/
These inclusion-based camps are designed for children from 5-14 years old. If your child is on the autism spectrum or has a disability, an assessment will be done after enrollment by the Carmel Clay Parks and Recreation’s Inclusion Supervisor, Cara Gray 317-843-3866, cgray@carmelclayparks.com. If it is determined that the child will need some assistance during camp, a qualified staff member will be assigned to work directly with the child. Assessments must be scheduled by May 1, 2015.

SpringHill Day Camp
Northview Church
12900 Hazel Dell Parkway
Carmel, IN 46033

Location: Northview Church, Carmel, IN
Dates: June 8-12 and June 15-19
Cost: $169 (scholarships available)
Contact: 317-846-2884
Website: https://www.springhillcamps.com/experiences/day-camps/locations/northview-church-carmel-in
SpringHill Day Camp at Northview Church is an inclusion based camp for children K-5th grade. Children with special needs receive a one-on-one counselor. Activities vary, but usually include arts and crafts, rock climbing, and water activities.

Chesterton (Porter County)

SpringHill Day Camp
Liberty Bible Church
824 N Calumet Avenue
Chesterton, IN 46304

Location: Liberty Bible Church, Chesterton, IN
Dates: June 8-12 and June 15-19
Cost: $169 (scholarships available)
Contact: 219-962-3038
Website: https://www.springhillcamps.com/IN/daycamp/chesterton.aspx
SpringHill Day Camp at Liberty Bible Church is an inclusion based camp for children K-4th grade. Children with special needs receive a one-on-one counselor. Activities vary, but usually include arts and crafts, rock climbing, and water activities.

Columbus (Bartholomew County)

SpringHill Day Camp
Community Church of Columbus
3850 N Marr Road
Columbus, IN 47203

Location: Community Church of Columbus, Columbus, IN
Dates: July 6-10
Cost: $169 (scholarships available)
Contact:  812-376-9478
Website: https://www.springhillcamps.com/go/DayCamp/IN/columbus.aspx
SpringHill Day Camp at Community Church of Columbus is an inclusion based camp for children K-5th grade. Children with special needs receive a one-on-one counselor. Activities vary, but usually include arts and crafts, rock climbing, and water activities.

UTS Summer Camp
Unlocking the Spectrum, Columbus, IN  
1015 3rd Street, Suite C
Columbus, IN 47201

Location: Unlocking the Spectrum, Columbus, IN
Dates: June-August (times TBA)
Cost: Insurance covers most costs
Contact: Emily Eaker toll free at 855-INFO-UTS (855-463-6887), or email emilyeaker@unlockingthespectrum.com  
Website: www.unlockingthespectrum.com
UTS summer camp is specifically designed to meet the needs of children with autism spectrum disorders. UTS’s summer camp will incorporate highly individualized goals and skill building into each activity to include highly focused and individualized attention provided by a 1:1 ABA therapist who is assigned to each individual camper. Camp activities will include a wide range in interesting, child-centered, and fun opportunities. Peer interaction and cooperation will be highlighted. Campers will participate in arts and crafts and outdoor play as well as community activities to include swimming, the zoo, the children’s museum and much more.

Converse (Grant County)

Camp Mephibosheth
Mephibosheth Ministries
1715 Stringtown Pike
Cicero, IN  46034

Location: Rainbow Christian Camp, 3522 North 1000 West 27, Converse, IN 46919
Dates: July 18-20 and July 22-24 are adult sessions; August 1-2 are for ages 9-15 years
Cost: TBA
Contact: Becky Moore at 317-984-4653, ext. 30, or email becky@mm-abilities.org
Website: www.mm-abilities.org
Mephibosheth Ministries is a non-profit organization serving adults from all over central Indiana who have disabilities. All of the camp activities—the flying squirrel, the rock wall, archery, canoeing, horseback riding, the mudslide, fishing, volleyball—are adapted to the level of each camper's abilities.

Danville (Hendricks County)

Cornerstone Pediatric Rehab
3380 E Main Street
Danville, IN 46122

Location: Cornerstone Pediatric Rehab, Danville, IN
Contact: 317-718-0089, or email info@cornerstonepediatricrehab.com
Website: http://cornerstonepediatricrehab.com/home
Summer Programs available:
CHAMP (Children’s Health Analysis and Maintenance Program) is a program to assist the nearly 20% of Indiana children who struggle to maintain a healthy weight and body image. This 8-week course, taught by a registered dietician and physical therapist, helps children learn to maintain healthy bodies. Parental participation is required. Classes will be grouped by age and are appropriate for children 5 to 16.Cost: $250 or $100 registration fee plus insurance coverage for physical therapy;  insurance, Medicaid, and waivers accepted
Toddler Talk is an 8-week social program focused on early literacy and uses favorite childhood books, crafts and snacks to promote social, fine motor and language skills. This program is taught by an occupational therapist and a physical therapist. Ages 1½ to 4.
Cost: $200 or $50 registration fee plus insurance for therapy; insurance, Medicaid, and waivers accepted
Adventure Club is an adventurous social group that uses a book club format.  Occupational and speech therapists will work together to teach reading and writing strategies which improve comprehension and expression skills before school next year. This class will include field trips and will wrap up with a pizza party. Children ages 5 to 16 can join groups divided into appropriate age groups.
Cost: $325 or $50 registration fee plus insurance coverage for therapy; insurance, Medicaid, and waivers accepted
Girl Talk is a social group for girls only! Girls ages 10 to 16 can participate in this 6-week long social program taught by occupational and speech therapists. This program focuses on increasing social and community integration skills. Activities include things girls like, and the girls will practice skills in the clinic one week and then go out and practice them in a real world setting then next. Girls ages 10 to 16.Cost: $325 or $50 registration fee plus insurance coverage for therapy; insurance, Medicaid, and waivers accepted.
In the Zone is based on the highly successful Zones of Regulation used by many school systems. This sensory regulation system will help your child build a toolbox of strategies they select themselves to help them maintain a stable sensory and emotional state when they return to school in the fall.  Occupational and speech therapists work together to provide an intensive 6 weeks of instruction. Ages 8 to 14.Cost: $325 or $50 registration and insurance coverage for therapy; insurance, Medicaid, and waivers accepted
PCT (Personal Care Training) are boys- or girls-only classes geared toward children with Autism Spectrum Disorders.  This six-week long group will practice personal care skills guided by a program that helps kids understand why personal care skills are important and how our hygiene impacts those around us.  “Coming of age” issues such as menstrual cycles and body odor will be addressed as needed. Family carry over will be necessary for success. Ages 10 to 16. Individual instruction is also available.
Cost: $250 or $35 registration fee plus insurance coverage for occupational therapy; insurance, Medicaid, and waivers accepted 
Kayaking is a 6-week class that meets Tuesday evenings at Eagle Creek Park.  Basic kayaking skills are taught by a physical therapist with help from the Hoosier Canoe and Kayaking Club. All equipment is provided, and kids who finish the class are invited, with their families, to join our day trip through Turkey Run State Park in September (weather permitting). Ages 8 to 16.
Cost: $325 or $50 registration fee plus insurance coverage for therapy; insurance, Medicaid, and waivers accepted
The Bridge is a 2-day-a-week program that meets all summer long and provides children with intensive occupational, physical, and speech therapy services, as well as academic tutoring ranging from basic preschool concepts to elementary language, math, and science.  Children age 2½ to 12 can participate in classes divided by age and/or goals.
Cost: $205 per week or $30 per week tuition and insurance coverage for therapy; insurance, Medicaid, and waivers accepted

Dyer (Lake County)

SpringHill Day Camp
Faith Church
100 81st Avenue
Dyer, IN 46311

Location: Faith Church, Dyer, IN
Dates: June 15-19 and June 22-26
Cost: $179 (scholarships available)
Contact: 219-864-0300, ext. 180
Website: https://www.springhillcamps.com/go/DayCamp/IN/dyer.aspx
SpringHill Day Camp at Faith Church is an inclusion based camp for children K-4th grade. Children with special needs receive a one-on-one counselor. Activities vary, but usually include arts and crafts, rock climbing, and water activities.

Elkhart (Elkhart County)

Camp ADEC
ADEC
19670 State Road 120
Bristol, IN 46507
 
Location: TBA, Elkhart, IN
Dates: June 8-July 31, 9:00 am-3:00 pm
Cost: $60/week (private pay) or it can be used as a waiver service
Contact: Viv Blakeslee at 574-294-6197, ext. 3101
Website: http://www.adecinc.com/
ADEC strives to provide families vital support through meaningful activities for their school aged children with developmental disabilities.
 
ETHOS Summer Science Camps
ETHOS Science Center
2521 Industrial Parkway
Elkhart, IN 46516

Location: ETHOS Science Center, Elkhart, IN
Dates: June 8-July 3; camps are a week long; full-day or half-day sessions.
Cost: TBA
Contact: 574-266-7149
Website: http://www.ethosinc.org/
ETHOS is a non-profit science education organization with summer programs for kids K-12th grade;  camp themes include things like robotics, meteorology, dinosaurs, dance, flight, and chemistry.

SpringHill Day Camp
Granger Community Church - Elkhart Campus
2701 E Bristol Street
Elkhart, IN 46514

Location: Granger Community Church - Elkhart Campus, Elkhart, IN
Dates: June 22-26
Cost: $179 (scholarships available)
Contact: 574-584-2211
Website: https://www.springhillcamps.com/go/DayCamp/IN/elkhart.aspx
SpringHill Day Camp at Granger Community Church is an inclusion based camp for children PreK-4th grade. Children with special needs receive a one-on-one counselor. Activities vary, but usually include arts and crafts, rock climbing, and water activities.

Evansville (Vanderburgh County)

The ARC of Evansville Child Life Center Summer Camp
The ARC of Evansville Child Center
615 W Virginia Street
Evansville, IN 47710

Location:  The ARC of Evansville Child Life Center, Evansville, IN
Dates: May 26-July 31, 2015
Cost: $145 per week/per child
Contact: Laurie Seals at 812-428-5433, or email Laurie.Seals@arcofevansville.org
This is a full-time inclusive summer camp for children of all abilities ages 5-12 years old. Activities offered are fun and educational. Off-site activities are also part of the program. The focus is on building social skills. Staff all have degrees in elementary education and have extensive experience working with children of all skill levels. Hours of operation for camp are Monday-Friday, 6:30 am-5:30 pm; parents sign their children up for a ten-hour slot.  

iCanShine
iCanBike Camp
Easter Seals Rehabilitation Center
Indiana National Guard Armory
3300 E Division Street
Evansville, IN 47714

Location: Indiana National Guard Armory
Dates: June 22-26
Cost: $170
Contact: Patty Balbachat 812-479-1411, ext. 268, or email pbalbach@evansvillerehab.com
Website: http://icanshine.org/evansville-in/
iCan Bike programs are for people with disabilities ages eight and up. We understand that the vast majority of people with disabilities never experience the thrill of independently riding a two-wheel bicycle during their lifetime. Research shows that over 80% of people with Autism and 90% of people with Down syndrome never learn to ride a two-wheel bicycle.  Defying these odds is why we exist!

Fishers (Hamilton County)

Theracare OutPatient Therapy Services (TOTS)
Summer Enrichment Workshops
9957 Allisonville Road
Fishers, IN 46038

Location: TOTS, 9957 Allisonville Road, Fishers, IN
Dates: June 10-July 24th. Workshops sessions are one day per week for 6 weeks.
Cost: $200/session
Contact: Ann Marie Noll at 317-903-9675, or email annmarie@theracereinc.com
Website: http://totsindy.com/content/camp-tots
Theracare Outpatient Therapy services will offer three different workshops: Handwriting Helpers (Tuesdays), Focus on Having Fun (Thursdays), and Building Peer Relationships (Wednesdays).

Fort Wayne (Allen County)

Camp Red Cedar
ACT Camp
3900 Hursh Road
Fort Wayne, IN 46845
 
Location: Camp Red Cedar, Fort Wayne, IN
Dates: June 15-19 (ages 5-11) or July 13-17 (ages 12-18); Monday-Friday, 8:00 am-3:00 pm
Cost: Call 260-432-4732 or email bormannfamily@gmail.com for pricing
Contact: 260-637-3608
Website: http://campredcedar.com/
ACT campers participate in a variety of activities. Campers will ride horses every morning for 35 minutes. A physician’s signature is required to ride. Camp Red Cedar offers camps for other campers with disabilities in addition to the specialized ACT Camp for children with autism spectrum disorders. For information on these additional camps, call 260-637-3608.

SpringHill Day Camp
Multiple locations
 
Location: Brookside Church, 6102 Evard Road, Fort Wayne, IN 46835
Dates: July 13-17
Cost: $179 (scholarships available)
Contact: 260-485-9665
Website: https://www.springhillcamps.com/go/DayCamp/IN/fort_wayne2.aspx
SpringHill Day Camp at Brookside Church is an inclusion based camp for children K-4th grade. Children with special needs receive a one-on-one counselor. Activities vary, but usually include arts and crafts, rock climbing, and water activities.

Location: The Chapel, 2505 W Hamilton Road S, Fort Wayne, IN 46814
Dates: June 8-12
Cost: $179 (scholarships available)
Contact: 260-485-9665
Website: https://www.springhillcamps.com/go/DayCamp/IN/fort_wayne.aspx
SpringHill Day Camp at The Chapel is an inclusion based camp for children K-4th grade. Children with special needs receive a one-on-one counselor. Activities vary, but usually include arts and crafts, rock climbing, and water activities.

Turnstone Summer Speech Camp
3320 N Clinton Street
Fort Wayne, IN 46805

Location: Turnstone, Fort Wayne, IN
Dates: June 22-July 31; groups meet 2 days/week, 9:00 am-11:00 am or 1:00 pm-3:00 pm
Cost: $300 ($50 deposit to hold camper spot due by June 15)
Contact: Chanda at 260-483-2100, or email chanda@turnstone.org
Website: http://turnstone.org/
For children ages 3-8 years old with speech and/or language impairments. Six weeks of theme-based camp which includes group speech therapy, 1:1 interaction to address specific speech therapy goals, peer play, circle time, craft and snack tine – all activities are speech and language focused. All groups led by ASHA certified speech language pathologists.

Franklin (Johnson County)

SpringHill Day Camp
Grace United Methodist Church
1300 E Adams Drive
Franklin, IN 46131

Location: Grace United Methodist Church, Franklin, IN
Dates: July 20-24
Cost: $159 (scholarships available)
Contact: 317-736-7692
Website: https://www.springhillcamps.com/go/DayCamp/IN/franklin.aspx 
SpringHill Day Camp at Grace United Methodist Church is an inclusion based camp for children K-4th grade. Children with special needs receive a one-on-one counselor. Activities vary, but usually include arts and crafts, rock climbing, and water activities.
 

Goshen (Elkhart County)

SpringHill Day Camp
Multiple locations

Location: Life Point Church, 1006 S 16th Street, Goshen, IN 46526
Dates: June 8-12
Cost: $179 (scholarships available)
Contact: 574-533-1191
Website: https://www.springhillcamps.com/go/DayCamp/IN/goshen2.aspx
SpringHill Day Camp at Life Point Church is an inclusion based camp for children K-4th grade. Children with special needs receive a one-on-one counselor. Activities vary, but usually include arts and crafts, rock climbing, and water activities.

Location: River Oaks Community Church, 58020 County Road 115, Goshen, IN 46528.
Dates: June 8-12
Cost: $179 (scholarships available)
Contact: 574-875-1152
Website: https://www.springhillcamps.com/go/DayCamp/IN/goshen.aspx
SpringHill Day Camp at River Oaks Community Church is an inclusion based camp for children K-4th grade. Children with special needs receive a one-on-one counselor. Activities vary, but usually include arts and crafts, rock climbing, and water activities.

Granger (St. Joseph County)

SpringHill Day Camp
Granger Community Church – Granger Commons
630 E University Drive
Granger, IN 46530

Location: Granger Community Church, Granger, IN
Dates: June 15-19 and June 22-26
Cost: $179 (scholarships available)
Contact: 574-243-3500, ext. 341
Website: https://www.springhillcamps.com/go/DayCamp/IN/granger.aspx
SpringHill Day Camp at Granger Community Church is an inclusion based camp for children K-4th grade.  Children with special needs receive a one on one counselor. Activities vary, but usually include arts and crafts, rock climbing, and water activities.

Greenwood (Johnson County)

SpringHill Day Camp
Emmanuel Church of Greenwood
1640 Stones Crossing Road W
Greenwood, IN 46143

Location: Emmanuel Church of Greenwood, Greenwood, IN
Dates: June 15-19
Cost: $169 (scholarships available)
Contact: 317-535-9673
Website: https://www.springhillcamps.com/go/DayCamp/IN/greenwood.aspx
SpringHill Day Camp at Emmanuel Church of Greenwood is an inclusion based camp for children K-4th grade. Children with special needs receive a one on one counselor. Activities vary, but usually include arts and crafts, rock climbing, and water activities.

Highland (Lake County)

SpringHill Day Camp
Faith Church – Highland
8910 Grace Street
Highland, IN 46322

Location: Faith Church, Highland, IN
Dates: June 29-July 3
Cost: $179 (scholarships available)
Contact: 219-838-6231
Website:  https://www.springhillcamps.com/go/DayCamp/IN/highland.aspx
SpringHill Day Camp at Faith Church-Highland is an inclusion based camp for children K-4th grade. Children with special needs receive a one-on-one counselor. Activities vary, but usually include arts and crafts, rock climbing, and water activities.

Hobart (Lake County)

Pre School Day Camp of All Abilities
Hobart Family YMCA
601 W 40th Place
Hobart, IN 46342

Location: Hobart Family YMCA, Hobart, IN
Dates: July 27-August 7, Monday-Friday, 9:00 am-12:00 pm
Cost: $50 member/$75 non-member
Contact: 219-942-2183
Website: www.hobartymca.org
This fun-filled program includes games, discovery centers, crafts, gym time, singing, cooking, free play, and swimming. A safe, positive environment to play, make new friends, and grow. Ages 3-5.

Summer School
Center for Possibilities
22 Tyler Avenue
Hobart, IN 46342

Location: 22 Tyler Avenue, Hobart IN
Dates: June 1-July 31
Cost: $10/per day
Contact: Anasah Childress at 219-962-5751
Website: http://www.centerforpossibilities.org/
Summer program offered for children ages 2-6 if there are openings (current students given priority). Program runs Monday-Thursday.

Camp Wannaplay
Innovations in Learning
8200 Georgia Street
Merrillville, IN 46410

Location:  Innovations in Learning Randolph Street Clinic, Hobart, IN
Dates: Three week session, July 6-July 24, Monday-Friday, 9:00 am-11:30 am (ages 6-10) and 12:30 pm-3:00 pm (ages 11-14)
Cost: $400 for the three week session (some limited scholarships available)
Contact: Tysha Rivich, Director of ABA Services, at (219) 791-1400, ext. 108, or email  trivich@innovationsinlearning.net
Website: http://innovationsinlearning.net/services.html
This camp focuses on teaching social skills through an ABA model. The morning session is for ages 6-10 and the afternoon session is for ages 11-14. The age range is 6-10 years old. Children must have basic language skills and must be able to follow simple rules. Call for further information.

Indianapolis (Marion County)

CampAbility
Easter Seals Crossroads
4740 Kingsway Drive
Indianapolis, IN 46205

Location: Hilltop Developmental Preschool, 1915 E 86th Street, Indianapolis, IN
Dates: June 15-June 25, June 29-July 9, July 13-July 23
Cost: $300 per session (scholarships available)
Contact: Jane Dias at 317-782-8888
Website: http://www.eastersealscrossroads.org/campability
CampAbility is a traditional summer day camp for children ages 4-10 with all types of special needs. This summer, CampAbility will consist of three 2-week sessions that will include theme days, field trips, guest visitors, and lots of outdoor fun.

Camp AYS
AYS, Inc. (formerly At-Your-School Child Services)
4755 Kingsway Drive, Suite 300
Indianapolis, IN 46205

Locations:
John Strange Elementary, 3660 E 62nd Street, Indianapolis, IN 46220
Crooked Creek Elementary, 2150 Kessler Boulevard, Indianapolis, IN 46228
Dates:  June 1-July 4
Cost:  $135/week (half-day $90/week)

Stephen Decatur Elementary, 3425 S Foltz Street, Indianapolis, IN 46221
Dates:  June 8-July 17
Cost:  $109/week (half-day $90/week)

First Meridian Heights Presbyterian Church, 4701 Central Avenue, Indianapolis 46205
Dates:  June 15-July 24
Cost:  $109/week (half-day $90/week)

Newby Elementary, 1849 N Whitcomb Avenue, Indianapolis, IN 46224
Dates: June 8-July 17 (closed June 29-July 3)
Cost:  $109/week (half-day $90/week)
 
St. Lawrence Catholic School, 6950 E 46th Street, Indianapolis, IN 46226
Dates: June 1-July 24
Cost: $109/week (half-day $90/week)

Contact: Christa Martini at 317-283-3817, ext. 143, or email cmartini@ayskids.org
Website: http://www.ayskids.org/camp/
Inclusion based camp for kids K-6 focusing on making new friends, trying new things, and learning through experience!

Camp Can DO
PediPlay
6239 S East Street, Suite A
Indianapolis, IN 46227

Location: PediPlay, Indianapolis, IN and private pool close by (campers transported in large van with seat belts, car seats, and wheelchair lockdowns utilizing a commercial driver)
Dates: June 8-12, 1:00 pm-4:00 pm
Cost:  $250 (possible scholarships available)
Contact: Barb Blain at 317-791-9031, or email bblain@pediplay.com or info@pediplay.com
Website: www.pediplayfamily.com
Program for children 6-12 years old, led by experienced pediatric occupational therapist and physical therapist, graduate level interns and one volunteer camp “coach” per child. Summer fun games, slimy and messy experiments, music, gym fun, arts and crafts, and water play. Skill building embedded in fun and positive social activities. Siblings and friends welcome.

Camp Create U
Outside The Box
3940 E 56th Street
Indianapolis, IN 46220

Location: Outside The Box, 3940 E 56th Street, Indianapolis, IN 
Dates: July 20-24, 10:00 am-3:00 pm daily (ages 6-10)
Cost: $200 or can fund with Medicaid Waivers
Contact: Kelly Hartman at KHartman@insightsonline.net
Website: http://www.otbonline.org/
Camp Create U will focus on awareness of each other and ourselves with a focus on each person’s capabilities! All staff will be well trained in working with campers—and in integrating all people without regard for culture, ethnicity, or capability! There will be a focus on celebration of each person’s uniqueness through interactive activities, athletics and the arts!

Camp Delafield
Dyslexia Institute of Indiana
8395 Keystone Crossing, Suite 102
Indianapolis, IN 46240

Location: Jenn Family Park-City of Lawrence, 10450 E 63rd Street (off I-465 via 56th Street), Indianapolis, IN 
Dates: Session I: June 8-July 3; Session II: July 6-July 31
Cost: $2,600; 10% is due upon acceptance, and the remaining is due one month prior to your camp session; some scholarships may be available
Contact: Kaitlin Ferries at 317-222-6635, or email kferries@diin.org
Website: http://www.diin.org/how-we-help-you/camp-delafield/
Camp Delafield provides both a rigorous academic program and a diverse arts and recreational program for children ages 7-12 with dyslexia/specific learning disabilities.

Camp Dellwood
Girl Scouts of Central Indiana
2611 Waterfront Parkway East Drive, Suite 100
Indianapolis, IN 46214

Location: Camp Dellwood, 2301 N Girls School Road, Indianapolis, IN
Dates: June 8-12, June 15-19, June 22-26, June 29-July 3, July 13-17, July 20-24
Cost: $140 (includes Girl Scouts of the USA membership fee) or $110 if a member of Girl Scouts
Contact: 317-924-6800,  or email GirlScouts@girlscoutsindiana.org  
Website: http://www.girlscoutsindiana.org/camp 
Week-long camp sessions for girls completing kindergarten through 7th grade. Girls, regardless of their ability, may attend the session of their choice at day camp.

Camp Eagle: Soaring Above Expectations
The Indiana Institute for Behavior Analysis
4803 W 71st Street
Indianapolis, IN 46268

Location: Northwest Indianapolis
Dates: June 1-July 31; Monday-Thursday, 8:30 am-4:30 pm, and Friday, 8:30 am-12:30 pm
Cost: May be covered by insurance plan; contact office
Contact: 317-292-1919, or email info@tiiba.org 
Website: http://www.tiiba.org/ 
Camp will be fun and educational! Skills addressed include communication, social, executive functioning, daily living skills and building positive behaviors. Campers from ages 3-19 are grouped by ability level and staff to camper ratio is 1:1 through 1:5 depending on behavior and communication needs.

Camp FUEL
Easter Seals Crossroads
4740 Kingsway Drive
Indianapolis, IN 46205

Location: Easter Seals Crossroads, 4740 Kingsway Drive, Indianapolis, IN
Dates: June 22-July 2, July 6-16; Monday-Thursday, 9:00 am-3:00 pm
Cost: $300/session
Contact: Jane at 317-782-8888, or email jdias@eastersealscrossroads.org
Website: www.eastersealscrossroads.org
Camp FUEL—Fun and Unique Experiential Learning activities—for adolescents with disabilities and special needs who are ages 11-17 years old (as of June 1, 2015). Includes skill building, field trips, peer mentoring, and special guests.

Camp Gather
Indy Parks
200 E Washington Street, Suite 2301
Indianapolis, IN 46204

Location: Rhodius Park, 1720 W Wilkins Street, Indianapolis, IN
Dates: June 15-19, June 22-26, June 29-July 2, July 6-10, July 13-17, and July 20-24
Cost: $80-$100 per child per week (varies depending on week; rates increase after April 1, 2015)
Contact: 317-327-7275
Website: http://www.indy.gov/eGov/City/DPR/Pages/Camps.aspx
The Camp Gather experience provides children ages 6-12 years with physical and /or intellectual disabilities a fun, structured day full of small and large group activities. Campers will swim daily. The camper to staff ratio is 3:1.

Camp Gather on the Move
Indy Parks
200 E Washington Street, Suite 2301
Indianapolis, IN 46204

Location: Rhodius Park, 1720 W Wilkins Street, Indianapolis, IN
Dates: June 15-19, June 22-26, June 29-July 2, July 6-10, July 13-17, and July 20-24
Cost: $80-$100 per child per week (varies depending on week; rates increase after April 1, 2015)
Contact: 317-327-7275
Website: http://www.indy.gov/eGov/City/DPR/Pages/Camps.aspx
For ages 13-18, Camp Gather moves up in age (on the Move), but is still lots of fun! Campers will have great structured fun every day! Small and large group activities are relative to the camper and his or her disabilities. Campers will swim daily. You may register for up to 4 weeks.

Camp Sensational
PediPlay
6239 South East Street, Suite A
Indianapolis, IN 46237

Location:  PediPlay, Indianapolis, IN
Dates:  July13-17,  9:00 am-12:00 pm
Cost: $200 (possible scholarships available)
Contact: Barbara Blain at 317-791-9031, or email bblain@pediplay.com 
Website: http://www.pediplayfamily.com
Program for children ages 2-5 years old lead by experienced pediatric occupational therapist and physical therapist, graduate level professional interns and  along with one volunteer per camper. Summer fun such as games, music, art and snacks is scheduled. Positive social skills and sensory exploration is encouraged and fostered. Siblings and friends are welcome as campers too.

DII Teen Camp
Dyslexia Institute of Indiana
8395 Keystone Crossing, Suite 102
Indianapolis, IN 46240

Location: Marian University, Indianapolis, IN 
Dates: July 13-July 31
Cost: $1,995
Contact: Rosie Hickle at 317-222-6635, or email rhickle@diin.org
Website: http://www.diin.org/how-we-help-you/teencamp/
DII Teen Camp actualized out of a need to serve the growing population of teens, ages 13-15, with dyslexia or other learning disabilities. DII Teen Camp will address academic, social and emotional needs in a small group setting. Cost of tuition includes daily instruction, lunch, snacks, and field trip admissions.

Jameson Camp
2001 Bridgeport Road
Indianapolis, IN 46231

Location: Jameson Camp, Indianapolis, IN (Westside)
Dates: One-week sessions from June 1-August 2, grouped by age
Cost: Based on family’s monthly household income
Contact: Tim Nowak at 317-241-2661, or email tim@jamesoncamp.org
Website: http://jamesoncamp.org/
Jameson Camp trains its staff to be equipped to serve youth with minor social, emotional, and behavioral challenges (i.e., high functioning autism, bipolar, ADHD, etc.). Jameson Camp programming is geared toward a wide range of youth, benefiting a child who is shy or simply would benefit from an outdoor camp program to those with diagnosed challenges. Ages 7-17.

SpringHill Day Camp
Multiple locations.

Location: College Park Church, 2606 W 96th Street, Indianapolis, IN
Dates: July 27-31
Cost: $169 (scholarships available)
Contact: 317-875-0282
Website: https://www.springhillcamps.com/go/DayCamp/IN/indianapolis.aspx
SpringHill Day Camp at College Park Church is an inclusion based camp for children K-4th grade. Children with special needs receive a one-on-one counselor. Activities vary, but usually include arts and crafts, rock climbing, and water activities.

Location: St. Luke’s United Methodist Church, 100 W 86th Street, Indianapolis, IN
Dates: July 13-17
Cost: $169 (scholarships available)
Contact: 317-846-3404
Website: https://www.springhillcamps.com/go/DayCamp/IN/indianapolis2.aspx
SpringHill Day Camp at St. Luke’s United Methodist Church is an inclusion based camp for children K-4th grade. Children with special needs receive a one-on-one counselor. Activities vary, but usually include arts and crafts, rock climbing, and water activities.

Location: Heritage Christian School, 6401 E 75th Street, Indianapolis, IN
Dates: July 13-17
Cost: $169 (scholarships available)
Contact: 317-849-3441
Website: https://www.springhillcamps.com/go/DayCamp/IN/indianapolis3.aspx
SpringHill Day Camp at Heritage Christian School is an inclusion based camp for children K-4th grade. Children with special needs receive a one-on-one counselor. Activities vary, but usually include arts and crafts, rock climbing, and water activities.

Location: The Oaks Academy, 2301 N Park Avenue, Indianapolis, IN
Dates: June 29-July 3
Cost: $135
Contact: 317-931-3043
Website:  https://www.springhillcamps.com/go/DayCamp/IN/indianapolis4.aspx
SpringHill Day Camp at The Oaks Academy is an inclusion based camp for children K-5th grade. Children with special needs receive a one-on-one counselor. Activities vary, but usually include arts and crafts, rock climbing, and water activities.

Noble Summer Day Camps
6060 N College Avenue
Indianapolis, IN 46220

Location: Various locations around Indianapolis
Dates: June 8-July 24. Camp runs Monday-Friday, 9:00 am-3:30 pm
Cost: $200/week (scholarships available; Handwriting Camp $215)
Contact: Diane Gann at 317-254-6623, or email d.gann@mynoblelife.org
Website: http://www.nobleofindiana.org/summer-day-camps
Noble camps offer youth different opportunities and experiences in a small day camp type setting.  We provide a 4:1 ratio for youth with and without disabilities. Our goal is for campers to have fun in an environment that promotes social skills, builds self-esteem and creates friendships.  Our camps are provided for youth ages 6-18 years of age and are located in the central Indiana area. Camps that will be offered this year are General Day Camp, Sports and Fitness Camp, Independent Skills for Life Camp, Art Camp, Music and Dance Camp, Handwriting Camp, Discovery Camp, and Career Camp.

UTS Summer Camp
Unlocking the Spectrum, Indianapolis
3901 West 86th Street, Suite 397
Indianapolis, IN 46268

Location: Unlocking the Spectrum, Indianapolis, IN (address likely to change before start of camp) 
Dates: June-August (times TBA)
Cost: Insurance covers most costs.
Contact: Emily Eaker at 317-334-7331 or 855-INFO-UTS (855-463-6887), or email emilyeaker@unlockingthespectrum.com
Website: www.unlockingthespectrum.com
UTS summer camp is specifically designed to meet the needs of children with autism spectrum disorders. UTS’s summer camp will incorporate highly individualized goals and skill building into each activity to include highly focused and individualized attention provided by a 1:1 ABA therapist who is assigned to each individual camper. Camp activities will include a wide range in interesting, child-centered, and fun opportunities. Peer interaction and cooperation will be highlighted. Campers will participate in arts and crafts and outdoor play as well as community activities to include swimming, the zoo, the children’s museum and much more.

Verbal Behavior Center for Autism Summer Camp
Verbal Behavior Center for Autism
9830 Bauer Drive
Indianapolis, IN 46280

Location: Verbal Behavior Center for Autism, Indianapolis, IN
Dates: No set start date; whenever child is out of school. Full time, 31.5 hours per week; part time, 15 hours per week. Enrollment deadline April 10
Cost: Funded through insurance providers who cover Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA)/Out-of-pocket rates can be discussed on individual basis.
Contact: Kerri Butts at (317) 848-4774, or email kbutts@vbca.org
Website: http://www.vbca.org/
The VBCA Summer Program offers learning opportunities for children ages 2-12 years with qualified staff, daily interactive activities with peers, and lots of fun! An initial assessment of a child’s skills is required before starting the summer program in order to develop an individualized program that meet his or her specific needs.

Jeffersonville (Clark County)

Meaningful Day Services Summer Programs
Meaningful Day Services, Inc. 
590 Missouri Avenue
Jeffersonville, IN 47130

Location: Meaningful Day Services, Jeffersonville, IN
Dates: June 1-July 24
Cost: Medicaid waiver funding, private insurance, and private pay. For private pay rates, please call for more information.
Contact: 812-288-4688
Website: http://meaningfuldays.com/
Meaningful Day Services Summer Camp in Jeffersonville offers several age-based programs: Preschool Summer Program (ages 3-5) offers a combination of ABA, speech, occupational, and music therapy; Children’s ABA Summer Program (ages 5-11)  activities include art, movement, music, games, and community outings while focusing on language, social skills, self-help skills, and behaviors; Adolescent and Teenage ABA Summer Program (ages 11-21) focuses on functional activities of daily living; and Trailblazer Summer Program (ages 15-young adult) helps teenagers and young adults in areas of socialization, daily living skills, communication, community living, and prevocational skills and individuals spend the majority of summer working in volunteer placements in the community. All services provided in a 1:1 student-therapist ratio.

Kokomo (Howard County)

SpringHill Day Camp
Oakbrook Church
3409 S Dixon Road
Kokomo, IN 46902

Location: Oakbrook Church, Kokomo, IN
Dates: June 22-26
Cost: $127 (scholarships available)
Contact: 765-455-1100
Website: https://www.springhillcamps.com/go/DayCamp/IN/kokomo.aspx
SpringHill Day Camp at Oakbrook Church is an inclusion camp for children K-4th grade. Children with special needs receive a one-on-one counselor. Activities vary, but usually include arts and crafts, rock climbing, and water activities. 


Lafayette (Tippecanoe County)

Camp Wack (Water Adventure Camp for Kids)
Modified Athletics for Kids, Inc.
1222 W 750 N
West Lafayette, IN 47906

Location: Lake Harner, near intersection of SR 52 and SR 26, Lafayette, IN
Dates: July 7-9
Cost:  $25
Contact: Amie Gish at campwack@gmail.com
Website:  http://campwack.org/
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Straight Arrow Day Camp
Lafayette Family YMCA
1905 S 18th Street
Lafayette, IN 47905

Location:  Camp located just outside of Lafayette, IN
Dates:  May-August
Cost:  $150/week for members ($170/week for non-members)
Contact:  Maggie Allexsaht at 765-474-3448 or email maggie@lafayettefamilyymca.org
Website:  http://www.lafayettefamilyymca.org/straight-arrow-day-camp/
At the YMCA, character development and values are more than just buzz words. Straight Arrow Day Camp reinforces the values you teach at home. All programs and activities incorporate the values of caring, honesty, respect, and responsbility. Daily activities include horseback riding, canoeing, swimming, fishing, archery, and more.

LaPorte (LaPorte County)

Camp Circle of Friends
Autism Society of North Central Indiana
PO Box 1537
LaPorte, IN 46352

Location: Red Mill County Park, 0185 S Holmesville Road, La Porte, IN
Dates: June 15-19 and June 22-26
Cost: $150 for non-members of ASNCI, if space available
Contact: Amy McCarty at ASNCI@yahoo.com
Website: http://asnci.org
Camp Circle of Friends is a day camp for children on the autism spectrum that includes outside
activities such as baseball, kickball, fishing, hiking, and nature walks as well as arts and crafts and sensory activities.
Martinsville (Morgan County)

Camp R.O.C.K.S! (Respecting Others Capabilities is the Key to Success)
Easter Seals Crossroads
4740 Kingsway Drive
Indianapolis, IN 46205

Location: Bradford Woods, 5040 State Road 67 North, Martinsville, IN
Dates: Overnight, June 7-12
Cost: $375 per camper (some scholarships are available)
Contact: Amy Miller at 317-466-2001, ext. 2488
Website: http://www.eastersealscrossroads.org/
Camp R.O.C.K.S! is designed for children and adolescents with on the autism spectrum ages 10-18 years old. Age appropriate activities include science exploration, nature hikes, swimming, horseback riding, canoeing, and other fun outdoor experiences.

Marion (Grant County)

SpringHill Day Camp
College Wesleyan
200 E 38th Street
Marion, IN 46953

Location: College Wesleyan, Marion, IN
Dates: June 29-July 3
Cost: $149 (scholarships available)
Contact: 765-674-8541
Website: https://www.springhillcamps.com/go/DayCamp/IN/marion.aspx
SpringHill Day Camp at College Wesleyan is an inclusion camp for children K-5th grade. Children with special needs receive a one-on-one counselor. Activities vary, but usually include arts and crafts, rock climbing, and water activities.

Michigan City (LaPorte County)

Life Compass Camp
Boy Scouts of America
LaSalle Council
1340 South Bend Avenue
South Bend, IN 46617
 
Location: Camp To-Pe-Ne-Bee (0377 N Homesville Road, Michigan City, IN 46360) off of Highway
421, North of Westville
Dates: July 27-31, 7:00 am-6:00 pm daily
Cost: $175 for the week includes shirt, water bottle, journal, and snacks
Contact: Cher Wright at 219-309-4167, or email lifecompasscamp@gmail.com 
Website: http://dunesmorainebsa.wordpress.com/life-compass-camp/
Designed for special needs children with Autism, Asperger’s, Social Anxiety Disorder, and ADHD, this one-week, full-day camp provides girls and boys with a structured outdoor adventure in small groups. The program will focus on building personal and social confidence and is tailored to the unique abilities
and traits of the campers. Campers will be encouraged to journal thoughts and ideas, learn about teamwork, social, and life skills and get the best of outdoor hiking, fishing, playing, and more. Camp is open to girls and boys age 7 to 17 years old. Camp To-Pe-Ne-Bee, the local Boy Scout camp facility is hosting the program and is open to all residents. American Sign Language Interpreter is on staff. Must apply by June 1st; first come first served.

Mishawaka (St. Joseph County)

SpringHill Day Camp
The Oaks at Southpaw Farm
16323 Roosevelt Road
Mishawaka, IN 46544

Location: The Oaks at Southpaw Farm, Mishawaka, IN
Dates: June 8-12
Cost: $169 (scholarships available)
Contact: 574-780-1994
Website: https://www.springhillcamps.com/go/DayCamp/IN/mishawaka.aspx
SpringHill Day Camp at The Oaks at Southpaw Farm is an inclusion camp for children K-5th grade. Children with special needs receive a one-on-one counselor. Activities vary, but usually include arts and crafts, rock climbing, and water activities. 


Muncie (Delaware County)

Camp Achieve
Ball State University
2000 W University Ave
Muncie, IN 47306

Location: Ball State University campus, Muncie, IN
Dates: June 15-July 17, Monday-Friday, 8:00 am-3:15 pm
Cost:  Free
Contact:  765-285-5260 or email CASD@bsu.edu
Website: http://cms.bsu.edu/academics/collegesanddepartments/teachers/aboutus/outreach/center-for-autism-spectrum-disorder/camp-achieve
The camp is designed to improve the social skills and behaviors of children with autism spectrum disorders as well as help maintain their current academic skills throughout the summer by providing innovative programming and therapeutic recreational activities. The day camp is a 5-week intensive experience for children classified with autism spectrum disorders. Campers will participate in various small and large group camp activities involving embedded academics such as Math relays, Science integrated with outdoor skills, and working together to prepare scripts and performances in Language Arts class. Campers will also receive group counseling each day where the focus will be to enhance socials skills. These social skills as well as all behavior intervention plans will be supported by camp staff throughout the day with therapeutic recreational activities. Ages 6-12.

Nashville (Brown County)

CYO Camp Rancho Framasa
2230 N Clay Lick Road
Nashville, IN 47488

Location: CYO Camp Rancho Framasa, Nashville, IN
Dates: June 7-July 31 (Various programs offered)
Cost: Fees vary depending on program and have a sliding scale. Range from $100-$570. (Scholarships may be available)
Contact: 888-988-2839, or email info@campranchoframasa.org
Website: http://www.campranchoframasa.org/
CYO Camp Rancho Framasa is an inclusive, residential summer camp that provides opportunities for such activities as horseback riding, caving, canoeing, camping out, nature exploration, and more. This is a program of the Catholic Youth Organization.

New Albany (Floyd County)

SpringHill Day Camp
Northside Christian Church
4407 Charlestown Road
New Albany, IN 47150

Location: Northside Christian Church, New Albany, IN
Dates: June 8-12
Cost: $169 (scholarships available)
Contact: 812-945-8704
Website: https://www.springhillcamps.com/go/DayCamp/IN/new_albany.aspx
SpringHill Day Camp at the Northside Christian Church is an inclusion camp for children K-5th grade. Children with special needs receive a one-on-one counselor. Activities vary, but usually include arts and crafts, rock climbing, and water activities.

Summer Respite Camp
Rauch, Inc.
845 Park Place
New Albany, IN 47150

Location: Fairmont Neighborhood Center, 2525 Charlestown Road, New Albany, IN
Dates: tentative June 15-July 24 (broken into 2 week sessions)
Cost: TBA
Contact: Amelia Williams at 812-945-4063, or email awilliams@rauchinc.org
Website: www.rauchinc.org
Rauch Inc. offers a summer program for children with special needs. A team of dedicated and experienced teachers join forces to offer six weeks of discovery for kids with developmental disabilities ages 9-17. They use a variety of means including field trips, entertaining activities and in-house events.

Noblesville (Hamilton County)

Camp AYS
AYS, Inc. (formerly At-Your-School Child Services)
4755 Kingsway Drive, Suite 300
Indianapolis, IN 46205

Locations:
Hazel Dell Elementary, 3025 Westfield Road, Noblesville, IN
White River Elementary, 19000 Cumberland Road, Noblesville, IN 46060
Dates: June 8-July 24
Cost: School Age Camp, Grades 1-6: $135/week (half-day $90/week); Early Childhood Camp, 3 years-K:  $171/week (half-day $106/week) 4 years and older, $186/week (half-day $117) 3 years old
Contact: Christa Martini at 317-283-3817, ext. 143, or email cmartini@ayskids.org
Website: http://www.ayskids.org/camp/
Inclusion based camp for kids ages 3 and up. Fun activities focused on science, art, health and the environment. Each week of camp will have a different theme, and the week’s activities will go along with that theme. Campers will enjoy a swimming day and/or a field trip day each week. Campers will be physically active, meet new friends and gain new experiences, all in a safe and fun environment. Early Childhood Camp at White River Elementary only.

SpringHill Day Camp
Multiple Locations

Location: Grace Church, 5504 E 146th Street, Noblesville, IN
Dates: July 20-24
Cost: $169 (scholarships available)
Contact: 317-848.2722
Website: https://www.springhillcamps.com/go/DayCamp/IN/noblesville2.aspx
SpringHill Day Camp at Grace Church is an inclusion camp for children K-4th grade. Children with special needs receive a one-on-one counselor. Activities vary, but usually include arts and crafts, rock climbing, and water activities.

Location: Genesis Church, 1702 Pleasant Street, Noblesville, IN
Dates: July 20-24
Cost: $169 (scholarships available)
Contact: 317-774-8267
Website: https://www.springhillcamps.com/go/DayCamp/IN/noblesville.aspx
SpringHill Day Camp at Genesis Church is an inclusion camp for children K-4th grade. Children with special needs receive a one-on-one counselor. Activities vary, but usually include arts and crafts, rock climbing, and water activities.

Location: White River Christian Church, 1685 N 10th Street, Noblesville, IN
Dates: June 22-26
Cost: $169 (scholarships available)
Contact: 317-773-2233
Website:  https://www.springhillcamps.com/go/DayCamp/IN/noblesville3.aspx
SpringHill Day Camp at White River Christian Church is an inclusion camp for children K-4th grade. Children with special needs receive a one-on-one counselor. Activities vary, but usually include arts and crafts, rock climbing, and water activities.

North Webster (Kosciusko County)

Camp Reyoad
Impact 2818 Outdoor Ministries
Indiana Conference United Methodist Church
301 Pennsylvania Parkway, Suite 300
Indianapolis, IN 46280

Location: Epworth Forest Conference Center, 8531 Forest Road, North Webster, IN
Dates: June 8-13
Cost: $460 if registered by April 20, $490 after April 21. Some scholarships available
Contact: AJ Austin at 574-834-2212
Website:  http://impact2818.org/sites/epworth/camps/reyoad/
This is a week of camp for individuals (16+ years of age) with disabilities. Staff will help provide a safe and exciting experience with crafts, activities, and fun.
Pittsboro (Hendricks County)

Camp AYS
AYS, Inc. (formerly At-Your-School Child Services)
4755 Kingsway Drive, Suite 300
Indianapolis, IN 46205

Location: Pittsboro Elementary, 540 Osborne Avenue, Pittsboro, IN 46167
Dates: TBA
Cost: TBA
Contact: Christa Martini at 317-283-3817, ext. 143, or email cmartini@ayskids.org
Website: http://www.ayskids.org/camp/
Inclusion based camp for kids K-6 focusing on making new friends, trying new things, and learning through experience!

Plymouth (Plymouth County)

SpringHill Day Camp
Crossroads Church
1650 N Oak Drive
Plymouth, IN 46563

Location: Crossroads Church, Plymouth, IN
Dates: June 8-12
Cost: $169 (scholarships available)
Contact: 574-935-3833
Website: https://www.springhillcamps.com/go/DayCamp/IN/plymouth.aspx
SpringHill Day Camp at Crossroads Church is an inclusion camp for children K-5th grade. Children with special needs receive a one on one counselor. Activities vary, but usually include arts and crafts, rock climbing, and water activities.

Rolling Prairie (LaPorte County)

Camp Sharing Meadows
Share Foundation with the Handicapped
PO Box 400
Rolling Prairie, IN 46371

Location: St. Timothy Center (main camp building), 6357 N 300 E, La Porte, IN
Dates: June 7-12, June 14-19, June 21-26, June 28-July 3, July 5-10 (Catholic week), and July 12-17
Cost: $315/week
Contact: Nick Roland at 219-778-2585, or email camp@sharefoundation.org
Website: http://www.sharefoundation.org/campsharing/index.htm
Sharing Meadows is a camp for adults with different disabilities. Activities swimming, campfires, DJ dances, picnics, fishing, boating, celebrations with God, value sessions, arts/crafts, treasure hunts, games like chair volleyball, bean bag tournaments, and more!

Schererville (Lake County)

Ready Set Goals Summer Camp
Crossroads Community Church
1538 Janice Drive
Schererville, IN

Location: Crossroads Community Church, Schererville, IN
Dates: July 20-24 and July 27-31
Cost: $149
Contact: Reyne Piesha at (219) 614-7563, or email readysetgoals@live.com
Summer camp focuses on social development. Most participants have ADHD or a diagnosis of an autism spectrum disorder-higher functioning. Topics addressed include making friends, assertiveness training, making choices, teamwork, problem solving, and much more.  Camp meets 9:00 am-12:00 pm and is one week long. Two sessions will be held. One will be for campers ages 4-7 years, and the other for ages 8-12.

Seymour (Jackson County)

SpringHill Summer (Overnight) Camp
SpringHill Camps Indiana
2221 W SR 258
Seymour, IN 47274

Location: SpringHill Camps Indiana, Seymour, IN
Dates: June 7-12, June 14-19, June 21-26,  July 5-10, July 12-17,  July 19-24, and July 26-31
Cost: $247-$697 (depends on program chosen; scholarships and payment plans available)
Contact: 812-497-0008
Website: https://www.springhillcamps.com/IN/summercamp/
SpringHill Camps Indiana is an inclusion camp for children 1-12th grade. Each child with special needs receives a one-on-one counselor and is integrated into cabin groups with all other campers.

SpringHill Day Camp
Seymour First Church of the Nazarene
311 Myers Street
Seymour, IN 47274

Location: Seymour First Church of the Nazarene, Seymour, IN
Dates: July 6-10
Cost: $169 (scholarships available)
Contact: 812-522-2060
Website: https://www.springhillcamps.com/go/DayCamp/IN/seymour.aspx
SpringHill Day Camp at Seymour First Church of the Nazarene is an inclusion camp for children K-5th grade. Children with special needs receive a one-on-one counselor. Activities vary, but usually include arts and crafts, rock climbing, and water activities.

South Bend (St. Joseph County)

Camp Millhouse
25600 Kelly Road
South Bend, IN 46614

Location: Camp Millhouse, South Bend, IN
Dates: June 21-26, June 28-July 2, July 5-10, July 12-16, July 19-24, July 26-31  (sessions are differentiated by age group)
Cost: $500/week (early registration discount available)
Contact: 574-233-2202,  or email campmillhouse@gmail.com
Website: http://www.campmillhouse.org/
Camp Millhouse, surrounded by 45 acres of woods, is a residential camp for differently abled people of ALL ages. They  offer one-week age-specific sessions. An ACA accredited camp offering 24-hour cabin and nursing staff and many activities including swimming, music therapy, arts and crafts, an outdoor low ropes adventure course, hiking trails, nature projects, and themed evening programs.

Springville (Lawrence County)

Special Skills Camp
Impact 2818
Outdoor Ministries
Indiana Conference United Methodist Church
301 Pennsylvania Parkway, Suite 300
Indianapolis, IN 46280

Location: Indicoso Camps, 1558 Sieboldt Quarry Road, Springville, IN 47462
Dates: June 14-19
Cost: $449 if registered by April 20, $479 after April 21. Some scholarships available
Contact: Missi Weeks-Jones at 812-275-6925
Website:  http://impact2818.org/sites/indicoso/camps/special-skills/
A camping experience for those youth and adults with special skills, ages 16 and up. Activities include swimming, game night, movie night, crafts, basketball, dance parties, and carnival.

Terre Haute (Vigo County)

UTS Summer Camp
Unlocking the Spectrum, Terre Haute
3464 S 4th Street
Terre Haute, IN 47802

Location: Unlocking the Spectrum, Terre Haute, IN
Dates: June-August (times TBA)
Cost: Insurance covers most costs.
Contact: Emily Eaker toll free at 812-233-8882 or 855-INFO-UTS (855-463-6887), or email emilyeaker@unlockingthespectrum.com
Website: www.unlockingthespectrum.com
UTS summer camp is specifically designed to meet the needs of children with autism spectrum disorders. UTS’s summer camp will incorporate highly individualized goals and skill building into each activity to include highly focused and individualized attention provided by a 1:1 ABA therapist who is assigned to each individual camper. Camp activities will include a wide range in interesting, child-centered, and fun opportunities. Peer interaction and cooperation will be highlighted. Campers will participate in arts and crafts and outdoor play as well as community activities to include swimming, the zoo, the children’s museum and much more.

Valparaiso (Porter County)

iCanBike Camp
iCanShine
Chasing Dreams
Boone Grove High School
260 S 500 W
Valparaiso, IN 46385

Location: Boone Grove High School, Valparaiso, IN
Dates: June 22-26
Cost: TBA
Contact: Denise Babjak at 219-299-9049, or email denise@chasingdreams.org
Website: http://icanshine.org/ican-bike-valparaiso-in/
iCan Bike programs are for people with disabilities ages eight and up. We understand that the vast majority of people with disabilities never experience the thrill of independently riding a two-wheel bicycle during their lifetime. Research shows that over 80% of people with Autism and 90% of people with Down syndrome never learn to ride a two-wheel bicycle.  Defying these odds is why we exist!

Warsaw (Kosciusko County)

SpringHill Day Camp
Warsaw Evangelical Presbyterian Church
201 S High Street
Warsaw, IN 46580

Location: Warsaw Evangelical Presbyterian Church, Warsaw, IN
Dates: June 15-19
Cost: $179 (scholarships available)
Contact: 574-267-7044
Website: https://www.springhillcamps.com/go/DayCamp/IN/warsaw.aspx
SpringHill Day Camp at Warsaw Evangelical Presbyterian Church is an inclusion camp for children K-5th grade. Children with special needs receive a one-on-one counselor. Activities vary, but usually include arts and crafts, rock climbing, and water activities.

Whiteland (Johnson County)

Camp Can Do
Johnson County Autism Support Group
Whiteland High School-9th Grade Center
222 Tracy Street
Whiteland, IN 46184

Location: Whiteland High School, 9th Grade Center, 222 Tracy Street, Whiteland, IN 46184
Dates: Session 1, June 15-26; Session 2, July 6-17
Cost: $250/per session for Johnson County residents, otherwise $275/per session; $100 discount if registering for both sessions. 
Contact: Amanda Cooper at 317-409-8372, or email Amanda@jcasg.org
Website: http://jcasg.com/camp-can-do
Summer camp for kids with autism offers two great programs for students ages 10-18. Traditional camp activities will be led by trained staff and will incorporate a variety of life skills in a fun learning environment.

Whitestown (Boone County)

SpringHill Day Camp
Traders Point Christian Academy
6600 S Indianapolis Road
Whitestown, IN 46075

Locations: Traders Point Christian Academy, Whitestown, IN
Dates: June 8-12
Cost: $169 (scholarships available)
Contact: 317-769-2450
Website:  https://www.springhillcamps.com/go/DayCamp/IN/whitestown.aspx
SpringHill Day Camp at Traders Point Christian Academy is an inclusion camp for children K-5th grade. Children with special needs receive a one-on-one counselor. Activities vary, but usually include arts and crafts, rock climbing, and water activities.


KENTUCKY


Louisville

Kosair Integrated Technology Experience (K.I.T.E.)
812 S 2nd Street
Louisville, KY 40203

Location: Kosair Building, Louisville, KY
Dates: June 22-26 and July 20-24.
Cost: $70
Contact: Mary Kaye Steinmetz at 502-873-4221, ext. 2012, or email msteinmetz@spalding.edu
Website: http://spalding.edu/academics/entech/kite/
KITE is a technology-based activity program designed to provide physical, cognitive, and sensory experiences for children ages 3-12 years old with special needs. 

MICHIGAN


Three Rivers

YMCA Camp Eberhart
10481 Camp Eberhart Road
Three Rivers, MI 49093

Location: Camp Eberhart, Three Rivers, MI
Dates: June 14-20, June 21-27, June 28-July 4, July 5-July 11, July 12-July 18, July 19-July 25, July 26-August 1, August 2-August 8
Cost: Varies depending on program chosen, from $175-665.
Contact: 269-244-5125
Website: http://www.campeberhart.org/summer-camp30/summer-programs
Camp Eberhart offers a wide variety of programs, including horseback riding, fishing, drama, arts and crafts, and archery. Reasonable accommodations for individuals with special needs can be made.


 

Ongoing Summer Activities

Fishers (Hamilton County)

Power Kids
14888 Herriman Blvd
Noblesville, IN  46060

Location: 14888 Herriman Boulevard, Noblesville.
Dates: Ongoing
Contact: Brian Jones at  317-523-2824.
Website: http://www.powerkids.org.in/
PowerKids is a unique program created for young individuals with all types of physical and cognitive challenges. PowerKids offers students the opportunity to develop greater physical strength and coordination while practicing social skills.


Indianapolis (Marion County)

Jubilate Children’s Choir Summer Camp
4600 Sunset Avenue
Indianapolis, IN 46208

Location: Butler University, 4600 Sunset Avenue, Indianapolis, IN.
Dates: Wednesdays, 6:15-7pm.
Cost: $385, plus a non-refundable $60 registration fee.
Contact: Lauren Southard at 317-940-8065 or email lsouthar@icchoir.org.
Website: http://www.icchoir.org/site/PageServer?pagename=jubilate
The Jubilate choir is for singers with special needs in grades 3-9. The choir meets once per week for 45 minutes and participates in performances as deemed appropriated for the current members of the choir. The curriculum focuses on proper singing techniques, music theory and sight reading, part-singing, and social skills involved in being a member of a musical ensemble.

LaPorte (LaPorte County)

Special Abilities Martial Arts
Eldridge’s ATA Martial Arts
1700 Lincoln Way, suite 5 
LaPorte, IN 46350

Location: Eldridge’s Martial Arts Academy, LaPorte, IN
Dates: Ongoing-enrolling now for sessions
Contact: James at  219-325-0302
Website: http://eldridgesata.com/ The amount of concentration and physical coordination it takes to master taekwondo makes this the perfect activity for people with special challenges. Eldridge’s Black Belt Academy helps individuals with learning disabilities, ADHD, and Autism Spectrum Disorders.

Sensory Friendly Movies


AMC Entertainment® and the Autism Society have teamed up to bring families affected by autism spectrum disorders, a special opportunity to enjoy their favorite films in a safe and accepting environment on a monthly basis. With Sensory Friendly Films, the movie auditoriums will have their lights brought up and the sound turned down. In addition to the locations listed below, check with your local AMC Theatre for sensory friendly movies.
 
Bloomington (Monroe County)
AMC Bloomington 12
2929 West Third Street
Bloomington, IN 47403
812-323-0884

Evansville (Vanderburgh County)
AMC Evansville 16
5600 Pearl Drive
Evansville, IN 47712-8114
812-423-7566

Indianapolis (Marion County)
AMC Castleton Square 14
6020 East 82nd Street
Indianapolis, IN 46250
317-577-9538

AMC Indianapolis 17
4325 South Meridian Street
 Indianapolis, IN 46217
317-784-0989

Marion (Grant County)
AMC Marion 12
713 North Theatre Road
Marion, IN 46952
765-668-8477

Merrillville (Lake County)

AMC Showplace Hobart 12
2590 Southlake Mall Drive
Merrillville, IN 46410
219-755-0377

Michigan City (LaPorte County)
AMC Showplace Michigan City 14
100 Meijer Drive
Michigan City, IN 46360
219-872-5203

Muncie (Delaware County)
AMC Muncie 12
860 East Princeton Avenue
Muncie, IN 47303
765-282-1791

Schererville (Lake County)
AMC Showplace Schererville 12
1400 Eagle Ridge Drive
Schererville, IN 46375
219-322-9264

South Bend (St. Joseph County)
AMC Showplace South Bend 16
450 West Chippewa Avenue
South Bend, IN 46614-3701
574-299-6060

Terre Haute (Vigo County)
AMC Showplace Terre Haute 12
3153 South 3rd Place
Terre Haute, IN 47802
812-232-6474

Lights Up Sound Down Monthly Movie

Sponsored by: WestPoint Financial Group
 “Lights Up Sound Down” gives families with children who have special needs the opportunity to enjoy their favorite movies in a comfortable, sensory-friendly setting, with the lights turned up and the volume down in the auditorium. Held the first Saturday of every month.
Location: Hamilton 16 Imax, 13825 Norell Road, Noblesville, IN 46060.
Contact: Lauren Civilis, (317) 469-9999 or email lcivils@financialguide.com
Website: http://www.westpointfinancialgroup.com/events/

Therapeutic Riding

Professional Association of Therapeutic Horsemanship International (PATH Intl.) http://www.pathintl.org/, formally known as the North American Riding for the Handicapped Association (NARHA), was founded in 1969 to promote safe and effective therapeutic horseback riding throughout the United States and Canada. Though PATH Int. began with a focus on horseback riding as a form of physical and mental therapy, the organization has since developed a multitude of different equine-related activities for therapeutic purposes, collectively known as equine-assisted activities and therapies (or EAAT). Please inquire about programs available at each Center. Some of the activities that these riding Centers might offer include: Grooming & Tacking, Ground Work, Hippotherapy, Therapeutic Riding, Mobile Community Programs, Vocational Training, Competition (Special Olympic, Paralympics), Recreational Riding, and 4-H, Camps (Summer, Day, or Other).

Agape Therapeutic Riding Resources, Inc.
24970 Mount Pleasant Road
Cicero, IN 46034
317-773-7433
info@agaperiding.org
http://www.agaperiding.org/

Bright Hope Riders of the Wabash Valley
6010 E Devonald Avenue
Terre Haute, IN 47805
812-466-2334
revmansfield@aol.com

Camp Red Cedar
3900 Hursh Road
Fort Wayne, IN 46845
260-637-3608
redcedar@campredcedar.com
http://www.campredcedar.com

DEBrooke Equine Center, Inc.
3805 E SR 244
Rushville, IN 46173
812-593-0606
debshurst@gmail.com

East Central Indiana Therapeutic Riding Inc.
8920 W CR 500 N
Muncie, IN 47304
765-358-4643
emjbcp@hotmail.com

Edelweiss Equine-Assisted Therapy Center, Inc.
531 W 100 S
Greenfield, IN 46140
317-759-9444
info@horses4therapy.org
http://horses4therapy.org/

Exceptional Equestrians Unlimited, Inc.
PO Box 53
Hobart, IN 46342
219-945-0726
pmellon@frontier.com
http://www.eeunwi.org/

Freedom Reins Therapeutic Riding Center
1077 N Meridian Road
Jasper, IN 47546
812-482-7400
rthyen@me.com 
http://www.freedomreinsriding.org/

Horseshoes of Hope Equine Academy
12956 N Slideoff Road
Camby, IN 46113
765-352-9000
jlambert@horseshoesofhope.org
http://www.horseshoesofhope.org/

Love Way, Inc.
54151 CR 33
Middlebury, IN 46540
574-825-5666
info@lovewayinc.org
http://www.lovewayinc.org/

Morning Dove Therapeutic Riding, Inc.
Zionsville, IN 46077
317-733-9393
liz@mdtrc.org
http://morningdovetrc.org/

Oak Hill Farm
4982 E Station Road
Roanoke, IN 46783
260-672-8199
oakfarm49@yahoo.com
http://www.oakhillfarm.org/

People and Animal Learning Services (PALS)
PO Box 1033
Bloomington, IN 47402
812-336-2798
info@palstherapy.org
http://www.palstherapy.org/

Reins of Grace Therapeutic Riding Center
1414 West 206th Street
Sheridan, IN 46069
317-710-1470
julie.savitsky@gmail.com
http://www.reinsofgrace.com/about.html

Reins of Life, Inc.
55200 Quince Road
South Bend, IN 46619
574-232-0853
staff@reinsoflife.org
http://www.reinsoflife.org/

Reins To Recovery, Inc.
1660 N 1000 W
Seymour, IN 47274
812-350-4864
reinstorecovery@gmail.com
http://www.reinstorecovery.org/

Stir -N- Up Hope, Inc.
5891 N CR 200 W
Chrisney, IN 47611
812-686-9322
stirnuphope@psci.net
http://www.stir-n-uphope.org/

Strides To Success
1350 Terry Drive
Plainfield, IN 46168
317-838-7002
info@stridestosuccess.org
http://www.stridestosuccess.org/

Summit Equestrian Center
10808 La Cabreah Lane
Fort Wayne, IN 46845
260-619-2700
allison@summitequestrian.org
http://www.summitequestrian.org/

Sunrise Therapeutic Riding Center, Inc.
7434 Kensington Road
Lanesville, IN 47136
812-952-4000
sunrisetrc@gmail.com
http://www.sunrisetherapeuticrdngctr.vpweb.com/

Sunrise, Inc.
2670 Minneman Road
Richmond, IN 47374
765-935-4291
sunriseinc1980@gmail.com
http://www.sunriseinc.org/

Therapeion Therapeutic Riding Center
11030 S 200 W
Brookston, IN 47923
765-414-8066
therapeion@yahoo.com
http://www.therapeiontrc.com/

Therapeutic Riding Center of Steuben County
8952 W 150 N
Angola, IN 46703
trc_cobblestone@hotmail.com



Check out the following resource from the American Camping Association:

Follow the link at http://www.campparents.org. This website includes a variety of helpful information including the following services and links:
     Camp Readiness Checklist
     “Find A Camp” Database
     Videos regarding preparations for camp as well as general camp information


Also

For additional helpful information on camps, visit the IRCA website at http://www.iidc.indiana.edu/index.php?pageId=494 for an article on “Making Camps Accessible for All."


 

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