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It is important to start planning early for summer programs, as many have limited availability. The Complex Care Center at Cincinnati Children's offers resources to patients and families to help in the planning process.
When searching for a summer program for your child, it is important to find a program that focuses on your child's interests and can meet your child's developmental and medical needs. Specialty programming that serves children with specific medical conditions or diagnoses and traditional programming with integration are both available.
Also check out camps for Developmental Disabilities listed above.
Campers are divided into groups according to age and participate in a variety of therapeutic activities throughout the day. Teens can also participate in a high ropes course experience.
Cancer Family Care's main office provides transportation to and from Camp Joy.
NjoyItAll Camp is held at Camp Joy in Clarksville, Ohio The camp occupies 315 acres of trees, trails, fields and meadows overlooking a river valley. Three handicap-accessible cabins with indoor bathrooms and hot showers will house campers near the air-conditioned dining hall. The staff works closely with the Cincinnati Children’s medical team to create a safe, supportive environment for children, no matter what their abilities.
Physical and Motor Challenges
See additional activities under Sports.
accepts students with physical disabilities who require adaptations to their instrument or manner of playing in order to succeed, as well as students who are deaf or hard of hearing.
Music Therapy Care, located in West Chester, provides music therapy groups and individual sessions to individuals with special needs to develop identified areas of need, ages 2 through adult, adapted music lessons are also available. Special summer themed classes for percussion experiences, music ensembles and toddler-caregiver classes are available.
To find other fun activities for your special-needs child, the Complex Care Center offers these resources:
The Complex Care Center at Cincinnati Children's provides the following resources for helping plan and create a safe, accessible, integrated playground:
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