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Camps are places to have fun, do outdoor activities, and hang out with kids and teens who go through the same things you do. Some camps also can help families pay for camp fees.

Below are links to camps for young people
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Do you want to go to a summer camp where you can learn to use computers? Check out the DO-IT Campers program for children and youth with disabilities. DO-IT stands for Disabilities, Opportunities, Internetworking, and Technology. Want more options? Easter Seals camps are for kids with autism and other disabilities. Camp Courageous of Iowa brings together kids with all kinds of mental and physical disabilities. And if you are looking for a specific condition not listed above, an online camps directory lists more.


Content last reviewed February 16, 2011
Page last updated October 31, 2013