Camp Warren Summer Camp is open to individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities such as:
- Autism spectrum disorders
- Down syndrome
- Prader-Willi syndrome
- Cerebral Palsy
- Other developmental and physical disabilities
Who our staff are:
Camp staff include very caring, patient, and experienced individuals focused on providing a safe, fun, and educational experience for all campers. A Special Education teacher with years of experience in camp and school settings plans and conducts the seasonal program. Our counselors have backgrounds in Special Education or related fields, including physical, recreation, speech, and occupational therapy. All counselors receive an intensive training on how to care for individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities, prior to our summer camp program.
What our summer camp program provides:
- Team-Building Activities
- Language Enrichment & Physical Education
- Visual & Performing Arts Appreciation
- Music & Motion
- Aquatics Programming
- Nature Exploration & Fishing
- ISP/IEP Goals Addressed/Summarized
- Social/Behavioral/Interpersonal Skills
- Daily Living Skills/Physical Skills
How our summer camp program operates:
Our day-camp week runs Monday through Friday from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. for four weeks during the summer. Two weeks of residential camping (for adults 21+) are offered during our summer camp season. Our qualified and caring counselors provide a 3 to 1 supervision ratio. Transportation is free of charge within Warren County for our day campers.
Our camp day is structured into the following fun and educational sessions:
- Arts & Crafts
- Nature Education
- Group Activities
- And More!
Financial assistance may be available for your camper. Please contact Recreation Services at The Arc, Warren County Chapter, Inc. for more information.