For children, teens and young adults – ages 3 to 21.
Camps are jam-packed with fun at WDSRA!
Days are spent enjoying sports, games, crafts, swimming and more. You’ll love our camps because through all the fun your camper is developing social skills, motor skills and community awareness. Your child’s camp experience is sure to be memorable.
Looking for something fun to do while school is on break? Our Thanksgiving Break, Holiday and Spring Break camps are filled with games, crafts, activities and field trips. Join us for all the fun!
Make your summer days memorable! Fill those long summer days with games, swimming, activities and meeting lifelong friends.
After summer school ends head on over to camp for some summer fun! WDSRA have teamed up with select school districts to offer a full afternoon of recreation after summer school ends. Transportation is included.
Benefits & Highlights
- Camps offer a fun yet structured environment to bridge school breaks. From holiday break to spring break, or multiple weeks throughout the summer, camps are a great way to keep active on days off!
- While camps do not include book-learning, the learning continues with social skills building, following directions and decision-making.
- Our camp staff members are selected based upon their previous recreation experiences, as well as their previous experiences with children and teens with disabilities. WDSRA also looks at their creativity, enthusiasm, and desire to learn.
- All camp staff and volunteers receive camp-specific orientation, in addition to training on WDSRA’s policies and procedures. Topics include, but are not limited to: information on various disabilities, behavior management strategies, camp planning and activity adaptation, assistive communication, medication procedures, and emergency procedures.
FAQ & Additional Resources
The staff is prepared to help with toileting, transferring participants, changing clothes/swimsuits, feeding assistance and more. Staffing depends on specific needs.
We do provide 1:1 depending on the specific needs.
Matching the type of camp to your child’s interest is the best way to ensure a successful camp experience. If you are not sure please contact us for assistance.
WDSRA’s Medication Procedures can be found on our website at https://www.wdsra.com/Links/pdfs/Medication_Form.pdf, or you can request a copy by calling the WDSRA office.
“I am so happy to have a place for my son to go to be with other kids and do fun, summer activities. He absolutely loves it and still asks for it!”