Deposit will be $25 until March 22, 2020, at midnight. After that time it will be $50.
COVID-19 Update: As of now, we hope that the Hear Indiana Listening and Spoken Language Camp will continue as scheduled in Nashville, IN. As a reminder our residential camp runs June 14 through June 19. We want to assure you that if we have to cancel our residential camp for the health and safety of the campers, volunteers, and staff, you will get a full refund, including your deposit fee.
Additionally, if the Hear Indiana Listening and Spoken Language Camp cannot be held in person we will shift to virtual camp programming. Our virtual camp would be offered AT NO COST to any child with hearing loss (ages 8-18 years). We will make a final decision regarding camp by May 1, 2020. To ensure you will receive up-to-date information, please join our email list.
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If you need the doctor/nurse practitioner form prior to our launch in February please follow the link below. If you have additional questions please email firstname.lastname@example.org or call/text (317) 995-3319.
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Research has shown that our program significantly improves campers’ feelings of social acceptance and quality of life. Six months after camp, our campers still feel more socially accepted than they did prior to attending.
Today nearly all families that have children with hearing loss are choosing amplification and a listening and spoken language approach. That means that rather than learning sign language and attending special schools, these children are part of the hearing world. Most of these kids learn to speak as well as their typical peers. There is only one problem; these kiddos may feel alone in a world where they are neither hearing nor deaf. Our camp will always be the place where these children and teenagers can feel completely relaxed among their peers.
Our campers love participating in all the typical outdoor camp activities so much that they often do not notice the self-advocacy and leadership skills that have been embedded into each exercise. Additionally, deaf and hard of hearing mentors are integrated into our camp so that everyone has a role model for success.
Our camp is located at Happy Hollow Children’s Camp, a 900-acre Brown County camp near Nashville, IN. Campers will get to participate in the following activities: