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The Robbie Foundation – Services, Therapy and Equipment Funding Assistance Provider

Address: P.O. Box 1534
Scarborough, ME 04070
Phone: no phone Email: Website:

The Robbie Foundation (RF) is a not-for-profit organization that was founded on behalf of a boy living with cerebral palsy. The mission of Robbie Foundation is to improve the quality of lives for children with special needs. PURPOSE: The purpose of Robbie… Read More

PACT – Medical Child Care Center

Address: 7000 Tudsbury Road
Baltimore, MD 21244
Phone: 410-298-7000 Fax: 410-448-7366 Email: Website:

PACT: Helping Children with Special Needs PACT: HELPING CHILDREN WITH SPECIAL NEEDS PROVIDES: The only medical child care center in Central Maryland where nurses and child care staff work together to care for young children with complex medical needs… Read More

The Arc of Chester County PA

Address: 900 Lawrence Drive
West Chester, PA 19380
Phone: 610-696-8090 Fax: 610-696-8300 Email: Website:

The Arc of Chester County is a leading provider of services to people with developmental and intellectual disabilities and their families. Services Include: Children’s Early Learning Program – Specialized services for newborns to three-year-old children… Read More

Camp Inclusion Summer Camp – Glenelg MD

Address: P.O. Box 146
Glenelg, MD 21737
Phone: 1.4434727027 Email: Website:

Camp Inclusion is a summer day camp for any student with and without a cognitive, social, or physical disability. At Camp Inclusion, campers participate in many group games and sports such as soccer, kickball, and handball. Campers also participate in… Read More

Kris’ Camp – A Special Camp for Special Kids

Address: 1132 Green Hill Trace
Tallahassee, FL 32317
Phone: (850) 445-4821 Fax: 877-267-9451 Email: Website:

The Kris’ Camp therapy programs provide individualized therapy programs, drawing on one or more of the following disciplines and provided by licensed and experienced professionals: art/art therapy, neurologic music therapy, occupational therapy, physical… Read More

Chicago Pediatric Therapy & Stars Intensive Therapy Camp

Address: 1739 N Elston Avenue
Chicago, IL 60642
Phone: (773) 672-7775 Fax: (773) 305-5543 Email: Website:

Intensive Therapy Play Pals! This intensive summer camp focuses on socialization, play skills, and language enrichment through fun activities such as games, songs, arts and crafts within a structured routine similar to that of a school day. Services Include:… Read More

Camp Care Inc.

Address: 106 Route 66 East
Columbia, CT 06237
Phone: (860) 228-8843 Email: Website:

Camp Care Inc., a not-for-profit organization that began as a day camp in 1997, has evolved into year-round programs. The expanding programs offer various ways to enhance the developmental process in children and individuals with special needs, as well… Read More

Out & About Community Based Therapeutic Recreation

Address: 1665 Coal Creek Drive
Lafayette, CO 80026
Phone: 303) 665-7789 Email: NO EMAIL Website:

Out & About offers a wide variety of services for children, including an After School Program, a School Closure Day program, and a Summer Camp. We strongly believe in the potential of all and advocate for independence and social awareness through our… Read More

Special Kids Therapy & Nursing Center (Hosts to Camp Ability Special Needs Summer Day Camp)

Address: 2208 E. Main Street
Murfreesboro, TN 37130
Phone: 615.809.2632 Fax: 615.203.3497 Email: NO EMAIL Website:

SPECIAL KIDS IS A CHRISTIAN THERAPY AND NURSING CENTER FOR CHILDREN WITH SPECIAL NEEDS. We’re Murfreesboro, TN based, Christ-focused, and ready to serve each family that comes through our doors Services Provided Include: Physical Therapy Occupational… Read More

Colorado Lions Camp

Address: 28541 HWY 67N
Woodland Park, CO 80863
Phone: (719) 687-2087 Fax: (719) 687-7435 Email: Website:

The mission of the Colorado Lions Camp is to provide exceptional camping programs to individuals with special needs which promote independence, challenge their abilities and provide opportunity to discover his or her own potential in a safe, positive… Read More

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