Camps

Able Kids Therapy Summer Camps and Day Camps
Call (918) 622-6599or email Able Kids Therapy (ablekidstherapy@yahoo.com) to sign up! Also go to our website                 http://www.ablekidstherapy.com/ for updated information.

ACI Summer Day Camp
1733 South Fretz Ave., Suite C
Edmond, OK 73013
(405) 513-8000
http://www.autism-concepts.com

Vocal kindergarten through middle school children with emerging play and social skills are welcome. Trained ABA therapists will be working with small groups of children, including typical peers. Daily activities include evidence-based age appropriate play skills with visual supports, modeling pro-social skills with peers, daily take home journal, games with rules play, camp crafts, camps snacks, board games, scavenger hunt, and Friday field trips.

Adaptive Sports Center
Crested Butte, Colorado
Contact: Larissa Sigurdsen
larissa@adaptivesports.org
(970) 349-5075 ext: 108
http://www.adaptivesports.org/    

Adaptive Sports Center (ASC) is a non-profit organization located in Crested Butte, CO that provides life-enhancing year-round recreational activities for people with disabilities and their families.

Baker Speech Clinic
10324 Greenbriar Place (SW 104th and Penn)
OKC,OK 73159
Contact: Sarah Baker, MS CCC-SLP
(405) 237-3267
sarah@speechokc.com                                                                                                                                                                          

Baker Speech Clinic will be offering social language groups that will go for 6 weeks, one hour per week.  Participants must have a diagnosis of Asperger's or High Functioning Autism.

Camp Barnabas
(471) 476-8565
http://www.campbarnabas.org/

For children and teens, ages 7 to 17 years old, Camp Barnabas offers acceptance and love to more than 1,500 campers with special needs and chronic diseases. Through adaptive activities, people with physical, intellectual, and/or medical challenges become participants, not observers, in the world around them. They leave Camp Barnabas knowing that they are uniquely created to live lives of ability.
http://www.campbarnabas.org/


Camp Benedictine (Shawnee)
(405) 878-5289
http://www.okdrs.org/drupal/guide/camp-benedictine
nidd@nidd.org

Camp Bnnedictine's Overnight Camp accepts persons with or without disabilities. Camps are held monthly. Call for dates.
Three-day camps, held monthly, provide an opportunity for individuals with developmental delays to engage in recreational,
educational, and pre-vocational activities along with other community members. Swimming, basketball, aerobics, volleyball, bingo, drama, arts and crafts, cultural activities, and concept building activities are offered. Call for camp dates, fees, and application information


Camp ClapHans
(405) 307-2814
http://www.jdmc.org/events.shtml
pstieber@jdmc.org

Located in Norman, OK, Camp ClapHans is a residential summer camp for children with disabilities. Along with 2 cabins, it has an activity
center and an 11-acre lake. There are weekly sessions throughout the summer for children ages 8 - 16 years old, with a disability.
Applications are due by March 11, 2016. The cost of the camp is $325. You can see their catalog online, or you can call or email the camp Director, Paxton Stieber.


Camp DaKaNi
(405) 652-1597
www.campdakani.org/‎

Camp DaKaNi welcomes youth 5 to 13 years old to attend camp as compers. At camp, campers are pre-assigned to small groups of youth
of similar ages. For example, 1st and 2nd grade girls or 4th-grade boys and girls. Groups are led by a Camp Canselor and participate in
scheduled and group planned activities. Groups mark off "Home-in-the-woods" or small campsites that serve as their home base for the
week. A healthy and well-balanced lunch is provided everyday for campers by Camp DaKaNi. Monday and Wednesday are sack lunch days,
and Tuesday and Thursday are cookout days. A hot dog lunch is provided for each camper and family on Friday during the morning open
house.
Camper Fee: $180/Week
Camper Fee with Extended Care: $255/Week
Camp Hours: 9am - 3:30pm. Extended care begins at 7am and ends at 6pm


Camp Grey Squirrel
www.campgreysquirrel.org
2016 Summer Sessions    
For Kids with Autism Spectrum Disorders, including Asperger’s, and their families
Family Camps, Day Camps and Resident Camp
Activities: Each session will have a different variety of activities such as:   Archery, fishing, petting zoo, crafts, bounce house, carnival games, dress up photo booth, face painting, sensory play, great lunch, awards & more!
Day Camps will also have horses.
Resident Camp will also have a low ropes course, a mud pit, campfires with smores and banana boats, and a talent show for the parents on the last day of camp.  
When:
Day Camp I – May 27-28
Day Camp II – June 6-7
Day Camp III – July 21-22
Resident Camp - July 25,26,27,28
Summer Family Camp – August 27
Fall Family Camp – October 8
Where
:
 Egan Camp and Retreat Center in Tahlequah, OK


Camp Loughridge Autism/Asperger’s Program
http://www.camploughridge.org/


Camp Perfect Wings

Keith Badgett
3800 N. May Ave
OKC, OK 73112
(405) 942-3800
www.bgco.org/campperfectwings                                                                                                                                   

Perfect Wings is a camp created specifically for children ages 8-17 and adults 18 & up with special needs. This camp experiences is largely patterned by Cross Timbers Children's Missions Camp with schedule adjustments to allow time for each child to successfully complete each activities. The children will enjoy archery, BB gun range, crafts, climbing wall, zip line, low ropes challenges, paddle boats, canoeing, and pool games (pool lift is available).  Activities will be broken up into 2    larger groups, young campers will be with younger campers and 18 & up will be together.

Camp Tumbleweed
Dale Rogers Training Center
For more information contact:
Jennifer Jackson or Shannon Bozarth
405-946-4489                                                                                                                                                                                     

Camp Tumbleweed, located at the Dale Rogers Training Center, is taking applications for students with disabilities, ages 13-21 for summer day camp.  Space is limited and available on a first-come, first-served basis.

City Arts Center
3000 General Pershing Blvd.
OKC, OK 73107
(405) 951-0000
http://www.cityartscenter.org/                                                                                                                                                            

There are 12 day camps that run from 9am to 4pm over the summer in which kids get hands on experience in nearly every medium of art including clay, acting, painting, puppetry, video production, photography and more.

Edmond's Pelican Bay Aquatic Center
(405) 216 7655

Four swim camps this at Edmond's Pelican Bay Aquatic Center run from 8am to 4:30pm daily, giving kids of various skill levels a chance to learn to swim or improve their technique. Call for dates.

First Presbyterian Church of Edmond
1001 South Rankin
Edmond, OK 73034
www.fpcedmond.org    

The First Presbyterian Church of Edmond will be hosting JAM (Jesus and Me) for ages 3-5 on Wednesday nights in June from 6pm to 7pm on the playground of the church.  At 7pm parents and siblings are invited to join us for fun and fellowship. We will have singing, activity time, snacks and plenty of play time. Reservations are requested by emailing childcare@fpcedmond.org or by calling (405) 341-3602 ext. 333. Please let us know if your child is on the spectrum so we can have special helpers on hand.

Gaylord-Pickens Oklahoma Heritage Museum
1400 Classen Dr.
OKC, OK 73106
(405) 235-4458

Three half day "This is MY Oklahoma" camps from 8:30am to 12:30pm give kids ages 5-11 a chance to do artwork and dig for crystals from the Great Salt Plains. Older kids 12-15 can be "Junior Ambassadors", giving tours and assisting teachers while learning about Oklahoma Heritage.

Harns Homestead's Territorial Fun Day Camp
1721 N. Lincoln Blvd.
OKC, OK 73118
(405) 235-4058

From 9am to 3:30pm each day of the session, kids in grades 1st through 5the can make arts and crafts, get hands on lessons about agriculture and play games. 

Make Promises Happen, recreational camp  
James Wheeler
1 Twin Cedar Lane
Guthrie, OK 73044
(800)-299-2811 or (405)-282-2811
http://www.centralchristiancamp.org/  

Offers events throughout the year for children, young adults, and adults with disabilities.

Oklahoma City Museum of Art
415 Couch Dr.
OKC, OK 73102
(405) 236-3100 ext. #213                                                                                                                                                                        

There will be art camps for ages 5 to 16. Each camp is thematic based on the museum's collection and special exhibitions.

Oklahoma City Parks Department
Summer camps for kids ages 6-12 at three locations.
Sellers Community Center, 8301 S. Villa, (405) 685-3311
Southern Oaks Community Center, 400 S.W. 66, (405) 631-5441
Northwest Optimist Center, 3301 N.W. Grand, (405) 297-3386

Oklahoma City Zoo
Barbara Ebert
(405) 425-0218

Kids ages 4-11 can take part in different 8am to 12 noon, 4 day camp sessions at the OKC Zoo. The first, "Something's Fishy" lets them discover underwater wonders while the "Peter Rabbit Romp" heads to the woods. Finally, "Heroes in Half Shell" takes a look at the hidden life of turtles.

Oklahoma Foundation for the Disabled
Contact: Georgia
405-842-6636

For adults who have disabilities, the Foundation offers summer field trips, campouts and community outings. 

Science Museum Oklahoma
http://www.sciencemuseum.ok.org/
(405) 602-6664

Two educational summer camps from Science Museum Oklahoma run daily from 9am to 4pm during the session. "Pilot's Pursuit" lets kids experiment with parachutes and practice pilot skills while "Science Challenge" involves an in-depth look at how things work.

S.T.E.M. Camp
Contact: Kim Osmani
405-635-2768
405-343-8071
To register: http://www.surveymonkey.com/r/DRS-STEM-Cherokee

This is a partnership between DRS, Think Through Math, Tech-Now, Inc., and Ada Public Schools. Students will participate in math activities during the morning and technology/engineering in the afternoon. Lunch is provided and there is no cost to participate in this camp.
For students with disabilities ages 14-18. This includes students on IEPs, Section 504 Plans, and other documented disabilities.

June 27 - July 1, 2016
Ada Junior High School


Summer Blast at Camp Edmond (Mitch Park)
(405) 359-4630

Summer Blast allows kids ages 5-12 to play dodge ball and other games, have relay races and learn about everything from science to arts and crafts.

Summer Camp Resources
http://www.metrofamilymagazine.com/2010-summer-camps-and-activities-guide

Tulsa Speech and Hearing Association (Tulsa)

For information about summer camps call Diana at (918) 832-8742 (Voice/TDD).