2001 SUMMER CAMPS FOR THE DEAF by ewghwehws

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									                         2001 SUMMER CAMPS FOR THE DEAF
                           OR HARD OF HEARING CHILDREN
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                                  Laurent Clerc National Deaf Education Center
The following list identifies camps, family learning vacations and remedial clinics for deaf and hard of hearing children. Some
programs are designed for the entire family. Most camp programs require a small application fee to accompany the completed
application. Contact the camp sponsor directly for more information about their program.

TTY, TT, TDD are common acronyms for text telephones, devices that enable deaf and hard of hearing people to type conversations
over the phone. This publication uses the code T for text telephone and V for standard voice phone.

If you are aware of other camp programs for deaf and hard of hearing children that are not on the list, please let us know.




                                                           Alabama
Space Camp – Huntsville, AL
for the Deaf & Hard of Hearing                                     Dates:     April 22-27, 2001
Western PA School for the Deaf                                     Clientele: Deaf/Hard of Hearing grades 6-12
300 East Swissvale Avenue                                          Fees:      $530-$630
Pittsburgh, PA 15218
412-371-7000 T/V
412-244-4223 FAX
amn01wpd@wpsd.org
www.ussrc.com/wpsd/
Contact: Amy Newland, Space Camp Coordinator

Summer Enrichment Camp
Alabama School for the Deaf                                        Dates:     June 10-16, 2001
P.O. Box 698                                                       Clientele: Deaf/Hard of Hearing children ages 6-17, Alabama
Talladega, AL 35161-2057                                                      campers only & do not attend ASD
256-761-3222 T/V                                                   Fees:      No charge
Contact: Don Hackney

                                                            Arizona
Summer Day Camp for Deaf, Hard of
Hearing, and Visually Impaired                                     Dates:     May 31-July 21, 2001
Tucson Parks and Recreation Department                             Clientele: Deaf/Hard of Hearing, blind, visually impaired and
900 South Randolph Way                                                        non-sensory impaired children, ages 6-12
Tucson, AZ 84716                                                   Fees:      No charge
Contact: Margot Hurst

                                                          California
Bothin
Girl Scout of San Francisco Bay Area                               Dates:     June 26-August 11 , 2001, sessions 1-6
P.O. Box 2249                                                      Clientele: Deaf/Hard of Hearing girls, grades 1-10
Oakland, CA 94621                                  Fees:      $350.00 - $550.00, additional $30 for girls living
510-562-8470 T/V                                              outside the Council’s jurisdiction or girls not registered
800-447-4475 T/V (Northern CA only)                           as a Girl Scout by April 1st
510-633-7923 FAX
www.girlscoutsbayarea.org
Contact: Karin Blumthal

Camp Grizzly Youth Leadership Camp
Norcal Center on Deafness, Inc.                    Dates:     June 24-30, 2001
1820 Tribute Rd, Suite A                           Clientele: Deaf/Hard of Hearing & hearing siblings, ages 6-17
Sacramento, CA 95815                               Fees:      $150 by May 1, 2001, $200 thereafter
916-921-1045 T/V
916-921-1199 FAX
Contact: Rebakah Finn, Camp Director

Camp Sherman
Girl Scout Council of Orange County                Dates:     June 18-August 16, 2001
P.O. Box 3739                                      Clientele: Deaf/Hard of Hearing girls ages 7-17
Costa Mesa, CA 92628-3739                          Fees:      Depends on number of days enrolled
715-979-1469 T                                                Registration begins April 1, 2001
714-979-7900 V
Contact: Abbey Leffler

Lions Wilderness Camp for Deaf Children
at Camp Teresita Pines, Wrightwood, CA             Dates:     Session 1: June 17-23, 2001
P.O. Box 61                                                   Session 2: July 15-21, 2001
Mt Eden, CA 94557                                             Session 3: August 5-11, 2001
619-590-9172 T                                     Clientele: Deaf/Hard of Hearing children ages 6-15
877-896-1598 Toll free                             Fees:      $350/week, registration now open thru 1 week prior
Contact: Matthew Wambach

                                              Connecticut
Camp Isola Bella
American School for the Deaf                       Dates:     Session 1: June 24-July 6, 2001 ages 10-13
139 North Main Street                                         Session 2: July 8-13, 2001 ages 6-9
West Hartford, CT 06107                                       Session 3: July 15-29, 2001 ages 14-18
860-570-2393 T                                     Clientele: Deaf/Hard of Hearing children
860-570-2300 V                                     Fees:      Session 1: $509 CT resident/ASD student, $553 other
Contact: Peter Bailey                                         Session 2: $255 CT resident/ASD student, $271 other
                                                              Session 3: $546 CT resident/ASD student, $607 other

                                               Delaware
Atlantic Coast Special Educational Services
18 White’s Creek Lane                              Dates:     July 1-September 3, 2001
Ocean View, DE 19970                               Clientele: Youth, Teens with learning related disabilities
302-537-7263 V                                     Fees:      $900/week includes transportation & personal
lelling111@aol.com                                  spending
www.AtlanticCoast.org
Contact: Lloyd E. Elling

Children’s Beach House, Inc.


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1800 Bay Avenue                                            Dates:    Session 1: June 17-July 17, 2001 ages 9-12
Lewes, DE 19958                                                      Session 2: July 20-August 18, 2001 ages 6-9
302-645-9184 V                                            Clientele: Resident camp for Delaware Deaf/Hard of Hearing
302-645-9467 FAX                                                     children (able to use total communication skills)
inquirysrp@cbhinc.org                                     Fees:      $750, Application process by professional referral
www.cbhinc.org
Contact: Diane B. O’Hara, Program Director

                                                 District of Columbia
College Bound
Gallaudet University                                      Dates:     July 9-13, 2001
800 Florida Avenue, NE                                    Clientele: Deaf/Hard of Hearing high school seniors-to-be
Washington, DC 20002                                      Fees:      $500/week, scholarships available
800-995-0550 T/V
202-651-5744
admissions.office@gallaudet.edu
http://depts.gallaudet.edu/oes/special/oes_cb.html
Contact: Patty Shaffner

Gallaudet Sports Camps
Gallaudet University Athletic Dept                         Dates:     Girls’ Basketball: June 17-22, 2001
800 Florida Avenue, NE                                                Boys’ Soccer: June 17-22, 2001
Washington, DC 20002                                                  Girls’ Soccer: June 24-29, 2001
202-651-5603 T/V                                                      Girls’ Volleyball: June 24-29, 2001
202-651-5275 FAX                                                      Boys’ Basketball: June 24-29, 2001
victoria.sealock@gallaudet.edu                             Clientele: Deaf/Hard of Hearing boys and girls ages 10-18
www.gallaudet.edu/sportscamp/                              Fees:      $225/one session, $400/two sessions, between
Contact: Victoria Seabrook                                            sessions (Friday/Saturday nights) add $100
                                                                      Tuition balance due: May 25, 2001

Leadership Enrichment Adventure Program
(LEAP)                                                    Dates:     August, 2001
3417 Volta Place, NW                                      Clientele: College students
Washington, DC 20007                                      Fees:      $225.00 plus transportation, hotel & some meals
202-337-5221 T                                                       Deadline for application: April 13, 2001
202-337-5220 V
202-337-8314 FAX
Rparlakian@agbell.org
Contact: Rebecca Parlakian

Leadership Opportunities for Teens
(LOFT)                                                    Dates:     July 25-27, 2001
3417 Volta Place, NW                                      Clientele: High School students ages 15-19
Washington, DC 20007                                      Fees:      $150.00 plus transportation, hotel & some meals
202-337-5221 T                                                       Deadline for application: April 13, 2001
202-337-5220 V
202-337-8314 FAX
Rparlakian@agbell.org
Contact: Rebecca Parlakian

                                                       Georgia
Camp Lookout, Inc.


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3130 Hwy 157                                          Dates:     June 25-29, 2001
Rising Fawn, GA 30738                                 Clientele: Deaf/Hard of Hearing children grades 4-6
706-820-1163 V                                        Fees:      $195.00
706-820-9911 FAX
info@camplookout.com
www.camplookout.com
Contact: Don Washburn

                                                   Idaho
Sawtooth Camp for the Deaf
Idaho School for the Deaf                             Dates:      June 10-16, 2001
1450 Main Street                                      Clientele: Deaf/Hard of Hearing children grades 6-9, ID residents
Gooding, ID 83330                                                only.
208-934-4457 T/V                                      Fees:      $50.00 non-refundable registration fee, first come first
rcabbage@isdb.state.id.us                                        serve basis, limit 25 campers
Contact: Roddy Cabbage, Camp Director

                                                   Illinois
East Bay Camp – Hudson, IL
2814 Dekalb Avenue                                     Dates:    July 8-14, 2001
Sycamore, IL 60178                                               July 15-21, 2001
815-748-9088 T                                        Clientele: Deaf/visually impaired children ages 8-17
815-756-5633 V                                        Fees:      No charge
Contact: Connie Rumer or Mario Gumino, Director

Institute for Parents of Preschool
Children who are Deaf/Hard of Hearing                  Dates:     June 11-16, 2001
Illinois School for the Deaf                           Clientele: Deaf/Hard of Hearing children ages birth – 5
125 Webster Avenue                                                and their parents, Illinois residents only
Jacksonville, IL 62650                                 Fees:      No charge
217-479-4200 ext 4255 T/V
Contact: Sue Brosmith

Reynoldswood Camp – Dixon, IL
2814 Dekalb Avenue                                     Dates:    June 24-30, 2001
Sycamore, IL 60178                                               July 29-4, 2001
815-748-9088 T                                                   August 5-11, 2001
815-756-5633 V                                        Clientele: Deaf/visually impaired ages 3-17
Contact: Connie Rumer or Mario Gumino, Directors      Fees:      No charge

                                                   Indiana
Fellowship of Christian Athletes Deaf Camp
FCA National Conference Center                         Dates:     July 23-27, 2001
Route 1, Box 81A                                       Clientele: Deaf youth ages 12-18
Marshall, IN 47859                                     Fees:      &75/week plus snacks or FCA gear
795-597-2272 V
800-423-8781 V
ncc@fca.org
www.fcancc.org
Contact: Brenda Smith, Camp Director


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         scottandbrenda@yahoo.com


Indiana Deaf Camps Foundation, Inc.
100 West 86th Street                                    Dates:    Deaf Children’s Camp: July 1-7, 2001
Indianapolis, IN 46260                                            Wild Wild West Bus Trip: July 14-21, 2001
317-571-4258 or 317-251-3732 T                                    Deaf Family Camp: September 14-16, 2001
317-846-3404 ext 305 or 317-251-3732                   Clientele: Deaf/Hard of Hearing young adult & children
deafcamp@hotmail.com                                              and families, DCC ages 4-15, WWWBT ages
www.deafcamps.org                                                 15+, DFC all ages
Contact: Grace Nunery                                  Fees:       DCC: $200 plus $50 deposit
         7484 N Park Ave                                           WWWBT: $350 plus $50 deposit
         Indianapolis, IN 46240                                    DFC: $60 plus $15 deposit

                                                     Iowa
Bible Camp for the Deaf
Deaf Missions                                           Dates:     August 5-10, 2001
21199 Greenview Road                                    Clientele: Deaf people of all ages, immediate hearing family
Council Bluffs, IA 51503-4190                                      member of deaf campers, under 5th grade must be
712-322-5493 T/V                                                   accompanied by an adult guardian.
Contact: Chad Entinger & Bobby Ringle, Camp Deans       Fees:      $95/person, $150/family member, $195/family of 3+
                                                                   $25 discount pre-register - pay by July 1, 2001
Camp Albrecht Acres of the Midwest
P.O. Box 50
Sherrill, IA 52073                                     Dates:     July 22-27, 2001
319-552-1771                                           Clientele: Deaf, physically, and mentally disabled children
Contact: Daniel King, Administrative Director          Fees:      $290.00/week

                                                    Kentucky
Family Learning Vacation
P.O. Box 27                                            Dates:     June 15-17, 2001 (Friday 5pm-Sunday noon)
Danville, KY 40423-0027                                Clientele: Families of Deaf/Hard of Hearing children ages 0-5
888-786-5551                                           Fees:      $25 for a family of six, $85 for out of state families
ddaly@ksd.k12.ky.us
Contact: Deeanne Daly

Kentucky Lions Youth Camp
@ Lions Camp Crescendo                                 Dates:     July 1-7, 2001
626 Colonial Trace                                     Clientele: Deaf/Hard of Hearing ages 9-15
Frankfort, KY 40501-1329                               Fees:      Free for KY residents, transportation might be
502-223-8514 V                                                    provided if arrangement can be made.
cwarner@mis.net
Contact: Cecil W. Warner, Director

Kentucky School for the Deaf
Elementary Summer Program                               Dates:     July 8-20, 2001
303 South 2nd Street, Box 27                            Clientele: Deaf/Hard of Hearing students grade K-8 from KY
Danville, KY 40423-0027                                 Fees:      No charge
859-239-7017 ext 2223 T/V
859-239-7006 FAX
nmann@ksd.k12.ky.us



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Contact: Nancy Mann, Summer Program Director

                                                Maryland
Lion’s Camp Merrick
P.O. Box 56, 3650 Camp Merrick Place                 Dates:     June 24-July 20, 2001
Nanjemoy, MD 20662                                   Clientele: Deaf/Hard of Hearing children ages 6-15
301-870-5858 T/V                                     Fees:      $375/week, $25 registration fee, scholarships available
cmpmerrick@aol.com
Contact: Robert J. Rainey

Lion’s Camp Merrick, Inc.
3261 Old Washington Road, Suite 2020 A & B           Dates:     Week 1: June 24-29, 2001 ages 6-11
Waldorf, MD 20602                                               Week 2: July 1-6, 2001 ages 6-11
301-893-8890 T/V                                                Week 3: July 8-13, 2001 ages 12-15
301-374-2282 V (Suburban MD)                                    Week 4: July 15-20, 2001 ages 12-15
lcm@lionscampmerrick.org                             Clientele: Deaf/Hard of Hearing children
www.lionscampmerrick.org                             Fees:      $300.00 plus $25 registration fee
Contact: Sonny Parker

Maryland National Capital Park &
Planning, Dept of Parks & Recreation                 Dates:     Session 1: June 25-29, 2001
Special Populations Division                                    Session 2: July 2-13, 2001
6611 Kenilworth Avenue, Suite 205                                        Session 3: July 16-27, 2001
Riverdale, MD 20737                                             Session 4: July 30-August 10, 2001
301-454-1493 T                                       Clientele: Mixed populations ages 3-18
301-454-1480                                         Fees:      $70-$370

West River United Methodist Center
P.O. Box 429                                         Dates:     High School Deaf Camp: July 29-August 3, 2001 ages
Churchton, MD 20733                                             13-18, Elementary Deaf Camp: July 29-August 3,
1-800-922-6795 T/V                                              2001 ages 8-12.
410-747-5689 T/V                                     Clientele: Deaf/Hard of Hearing youth/children
RevPink@aol.com                                      Fees:      $250.00
Contact: Peggy Johnson

                                               Massachusetts
Clarke Summer Adventure
Round Hill Road                                      Dates:     July 1-13, 2001 (for students ages 9-12)
Northampton, MA 01060-2199                                      July 13-15, 2001 (for parents & children ages 3-15)
413-584-3450 T/V                                     Clientele: Deaf/Hard of Hearing children
413-584-3358                                         Fees:      NA
info@clarkeschool.org
www.clarkeschool.org

SIGNS of Summer
Worcester Public Schools                             Dates:     M-F 8:00 AM – 12:00 noon, June 25-27, 2001
Deaf and Hard of Hearing Programs                    Clientele: Deaf/Hard of Hearing Preschool-Middle School
20 Irving Street                                     Fees:      Worcester residents – no charge
Worcester, MA 01607
508-799-3056




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Summer Camp 2001 at TLC
The Learning Center for Deaf Kids                   Dates:     June 18-August 10, 2001 (5 Sessions M – F)
848 Central Street                                  Clientele: Deaf/Hard of Hearing ages 3-17
Farmingham, MA 01701                                Fees:      $100 - $250, registration deadline: March 15, 2001
508-879-5110 T/V
daycamp@tlcdeaf.org
www.geocities.com/tlcdeaf/calevent/daycamp/
Contact: Terry Snyder

                                                Michigan
Bay Cliff Health Camp
310 West Washington St, Suite 300                   Dates:     June 23-August 11, 2001
Marquette, MI 49855                                 Clientele: Physically, speech, hearing, & vision impairments.
906-228-5770 V                                      Fees:      $2500.00
baycliffhc@aol.com
Contact: Karen Schlicher, Asst. Director

Camp Chris Williams
M.A.D.H.S. @ Sherman Lake YMCA Outdoor Center       Dates:     August 12-18, 2001
2929 Covington Court                                Clientele: Deaf/Hard of Hearing children with siblings & children
Lansing, MI 48912-4939                                         of deaf adults ages 8-14
800-968-7237 T/V                                    Fees:      $275.00, camperships available
Contact: Jennifer Mora

Fun & Therapy 2001 at Comprehensive
Therapy Center                                      Dates:     June 25-August 2, 2001 9:00 AM – Noon
2505 Amore, SE                                      Clientele: Non-residential program for infants to 12 years of age
Grand Rapids, MI 49506                              Fees:      $4000.00
616-559-1054 V
616-559-1056 FAX
Contact: Jean Silbar

Easter Seal Camping Program
1 Mammoth Road                                      Dates:     June 25-August 18, 2001 (6 day sessions)
Manchester, NH 03109                                           July 16-27, 2001 (12 day session)
603-621-3601 V                                      Clientele: Variety of special needs
Contact: Douglas Gordon                             Fees:      $525/week




                                                Minnesota
Courage North
37569 North Courage Drive                           Dates:     July 23-August 21, 2001
P.O. Box 1626                                       Clientele: Ages 7-17
Lake George, MN 56458-1626                          Fees:      $55/day, sliding fee scale
218-266-3658 T/V
218-266-3458 FAX
couragen@wcta.net
www.couragecamps.org
Contact: Tom Fogarty, Director




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                                             New Jersey
Camp Merry Heart
21 O’Brien Road      (physical)                   Dates:     June 17-August 24, 2001 (7 sessions)
Hackettstown, NJ 07840                            Clientele: Multiple-disabled and physically-disabled age 14+
Easter Seals New Jersey                           Fees:      $600 - $1320.00
1 Kimberly Road      (information)
East Brunswick, NJ 08816
732-238-4442 T
732-257-6662 V
732-257-7373 FAX
e.ssnj@eastersealanj.org
www.eastersealsnj.org

                                             New Mexico
Spirit Quest Camp Retreat
@ New Buffalo Retreat                             Dates:    Session 1: June 20-27, 2001
Taos, New Mexico                                            Session 2: August 3-10, 2001
505-751-7161 V                                   Clientele: Deaf/Hard of Hearing Youth ages 15-22
windocean@aol.com                                Fees:      $750: $200 deposit session 1 by 6/15, 2 by 6/28
Contact: Wind Hughes or Ric Luse

                                             New York
Camp Mark Seven
93 Wilson Street, A4 (until June)                 Dates:     Silent Week: June 17-23, 2001
Marlboro, MA 01752                                           KODA Youth Session: June 24-July 6, 2001
144 Mohawk Hotel Road (June-August)                          KODA Children’s Session: July 15-27, 2001
Old Forge, NY 13420                                          Deaf Children’s Session: July 15-27, 2001
508-485-6625 or 315-357-6089 T                               Deaf Youth Session: July 29-August 10, 2001
315-357-6089 V                                               Sobercamp: August 12-18, 2001
508-624-0956 or 315-357-6403 FAX                             Deaf Youth Catholic Camp: August 26-Sept 1, 2001
CampMark7@aol.com                                 Clientele: Deaf/Hard of Hearing (Deaf Children’s/Youth Sessions
www.campmark7.org                                            and Sobercamp), Hearing (Silent Week, KODAs)
Contact: Lisa E. Flynn, Executive Director        Fees:      $300 - $950 based on program

                                               Ohio
Augustine Rainbow Camp
2486 West 14th Street                            Dates:     June 25-July 27, 2001
Cleveland, OH 44113                              Clientele: Deaf/Hard of Hearing children ages 5-13
216-781-5530 T/V                                 Fees:      $450/five weeks, scholarships available
Contact: Gerry Kasper

Camp Cheerful
15000 Cheerful Lane                              Dates:     June 10-August 18, 2001
Strongville, OH 44138                            Clientele: Special needs
440-238-6200 V                                   Fees:      $135-155/day camp, $310-420/residential camp
440-238-1858 FAX
Contact: Tim Fox




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                                                  Oregon
Camp Taloali
15934 North Santiam Highway                          Dates:     July 22-August 4, 2001 ages 13-17
Stayton, OR 97383                                               August 5-18, 2001 ages 9-12
503-769-6415 T/V                                     Clientele: Deaf/Hard of Hearing ages 9-17
www.open.org/~cti/                                   Fees:      $215/wk (sessions 1 & 4), $230/wk (sessions 2 & 3)
Contact: Vacant                                                 camperships available

Meadowood Springs Speech
& Hearing Camp                                       Dates:     July 1-August 1, 2001
P.O. Box 1025                                        Clientele: 6-16 year old children with speech and hearing
Pendleton, OR 97801-0030                                        disorders
541-276-2752 V                                       Fees:      $925.00
541-276-7227 FAX
meadowood@oregontrail.net
www.meadowoodsprings.com
Contact: Rhonda Hack

Youth Leadership Camp
(at Camp Taloali in Stayton, Oregon)                 Dates:     June 18-July 12, 2001
For more information, contact:                       Clientele: Deaf/Hard of Hearing youth, incoming 10th and 11th
Attn: Nancy B. Rarus, Assoc. Ex. Dir. For Prgms                 grades preferred, no graduated seniors.
National Association of the Deaf                     Fees:      $825.00, plus $75.00 registration fee and plus airfare,
814 Thayer Avenue                                               money for snack and incidentals.
Silver Spring, MD 20910-4500
301-587-1789 T
301-587-1788 V
301-587-1791 FAX
www.nad.org

                                                   Texas
Star Quest Camp
Texas School for the Deaf                            Dates:     June 10-June 29, 2001
1102 South Congress Avenue                           Clientele: Deaf/Hard of Hearing Elementary & Middle School
Austin, TX 78764                                     Fees:      $60.00/day time only, $150/day & evening time
lorib@tsd.state.tx.us
www.tsd.state.tx.us
Contact: Lori Bonheyo

                                                  Vermont
Austine Green Mountain Lions Camp
60 Austine Drive                                     Dates:     Session 1: June 24-30, 2001 ages 10-13
Brattleboro, VT 05301                                           Session 2: July 1-14, 2000 ages 14-18
802-258-9538 T                                                  Session 3: July 15-21, 2001 ages 5-9
802-258-9500 V                                       Clientele: Deaf/Hard of Hearing children and their siblings
scott@austine.pvt.k12.vt.us                          Fees:      $275/week, $300 for out of state Sessions 1 & 3
Contact: Scott Staubach, Camp Director                          $475/week, $500 for out of state Session 2




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                                             Washington
Deaf Youth Drama Program
Mini-Camps for Deaf and Hard of Hearing           Dates:     DY1: July 23-27, 2001 grades 1-3
Seattle Children’s Theatre                                   DY2: July 9-13, 2001 grades 3-5
Seattle, Washington                               Clientele: Deaf/Hard of Hearing youth & ASL-fluent siblings
206-728-1638 T                                    Fees:      $125, no transportation or accommodation provided
206-443-0807 V
dydp@sct.org
Contact: Jeff Williamson or Billy Seago

Washington School for the Deaf
Summer Programs                                   Dates:     June 24-August 24, 2001, sessions 1-7
611 Grand Blvd                                    Clientele: Deaf/Hard of Hearing students
Vancouver, WA 98661                               Fees:      $150.00 - $300.00/session
360-418-0438 T
360-418-4351 V
360-696-6291 FAX
nikki.ekle@wsd.wa.gov
Contact: Nikki Ekle

                                              Wisconsin
Wisconsin Lions Camp
Retreat and Conference Center                     Dates:     June 17-22, 2001
3834 County Road A                                           June 24-30, 2001
Rosholt, WI 54473                                            June 30-July 5, 2001
715-677-6999 T                                    Clientele: Deaf/Hard of Hearing children ages 6-17
715-677-4761 V                                               available to out of state on a space available basis
715-677-4527 FAX                                  Fees:      Free to Wisconsin residents, $350.00/out of state
lioncamp@wi-net.com
www.wisconsinlioncamp.com
Contact: Russell Link

                                               Canada
Fisher Grove Ranch
Centre of Deaf and Hard of Hearing Persons        Dates:     May, 2001 – October, 2001
2620 Salmon River Road                            Clientele: Deaf/Hard of Hearing people – Western Canada &
Salmon Arm, BC V1E 4M1                                       Northwestern USA
Canada                                            Fees:      Varies as to program
250-832-7575 T
250-832-9994 V
250-832-9580 FAX
fishergroveranch@telus.net
www.fishergroveranch.com
Contact: Steve Bradbury

                                             Summer 2002
Michigan Deaf Youth Leadership Camp
2111 Orchard Lake Road, Suite 101                 Dates:     TBA



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Sylvan Lake, MI 48320                                         Clientele: Deaf/Hard of Hearing grades 9-12 ages 13-19
248-332-3323 T                                                Fees:      $75
248-332-3331 V
248-332-7334 FAX
janetkie@aol.com
Contact: Janet Etkie Schwall



                                                      Resources
Camps 2001
A Directory of Camps and Summer Programs for Children and
Youth with Disabilities and Special Needs in Metro New York Area
Resources for Children with Special Needs, Inc.
200 Park Avenue South, Suite 816
New York, NY 10003
info@resourcesnyc.org
www.resourcesnyc.org

Find A Camp!
American Camping Association
5000 State Road 67 North
Martinsville, IN 46151-7902
765-342-8456 V
765-342-2065 FAX
www.ACAcamps.org

KidsCamps.com
Speech/Hearing Impairments Camps
5455 North Federal Hwy, Suite O
Boca Raton, FL 33487
info@kidscamps.com
www.kidscamps.com/special_needs/speech_hearing.html

The Summer Camp Handbook
Christopher Thurber, PhD
20 Main Street
Exeter, NH 03833
603-557-8100 V
chris@campspirit.com
www.campspirit.com


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