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All children like having fun. That’s why, at Cincinnati Children’s, we’ve created a week-long overnight summer camp experience for all our patients with cancer, blood diseases and immune disorders. It’s an opportunity for kids ages 7-18 to develop new skills, form lasting friendships and build their self-esteem, all while having a great time. Perhaps the greatest benefit of camp is the opportunity for children to connect with others who are facing similar challenges.
“NjoyItAll Camp” takes place at Camp Joy in Clarksville, OH. **The staff works closely with the Cincinnati Children’s medical team to create a safe, supportive environment for children, no matter what their abilities. The camp provides:
Activities are designed so that all children can participate, and rehabilitation therapists are on hand to modify specific activities as needed. Campers are invited to bring along a sibling.
NjoyItAll Camp is provided at no charge to children and their families, thanks to the generous support of donors. Learn about giving opportunities.
For more information about summer camp, call 513-636-NJOY(6569) or email us at email@example.com
**NjoyItAll is staffed by Camp Joy and CBDI staff, therefore we have no volunteer opportunities for individuals outside of Cincinnati Children’s Hospital Medical Center.
Cameron Noe dreams of starting a ranch someday. But his biggest dream is to help find cures for diseases.
Callie Talbot was 8 when she first came to camp for cancer kids. Years later, she helps other campers keep a positive perspective.
Drew Barry grew up avoiding daredevil. Having hemophilia shaped who he became and taught him to be responsible.
When will an oncologist take you joyriding on a golf cart? When you are a cancer patient at summer camp, like Cody Harrison.
Summer camp is one of Zion Coleman's favorite times of the year. It's when he gets to reconnect with friends who have sickle cell disease.
LeCarol Batson brings a little bit of summer camp back to the hospital with her when she sings camp songs to get through blood draws.
Nurses fight to take care of Bailey Walker. The 8-year-old lymphoma patient says it's her positive attitude that makes her so popular.
Water rafting is one of many activities patients enjoy at the Hem / Onc Kids Camp.
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