Listening and Spoken Language Camp for Deaf and Hard of Hearing Children
Camp Dates: June 23-28, 2013
Junior Counselors and Adults Chaperones- click here for more information and to apply
Click here to view all the pictures from camp. Warning: There are over 1000 images! Enjoy.
The campers we serve wear hearing aids or cochlear implants, and they listen, speak, and thrive in the hearing world. In other words, we are Doing Deaf Differently.
Camp involves a whirlwind of activities: swimming, fishing, canoeing, archery, woodworking, climbing wall, and high-ropes courses. In each activity we embed leadership, public-speaking, team-building, and self-advocacy skills.
Hearing loss is challenging, but with the right frame of mind (and friends who can relate) these amazing children learn to embrace their disability.
The actual cost of camp is ~$1000 per camper, however, campers are only asked to pay a fraction of that cost.
In order to make sure every child can attend our camp, regardless of financial need, please consider donating to "send a kid to camp."