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Arizona Camps/Attractions

  1. Kris' Camp

    Kris' Camp is a non-profit organization first established in 1995 as a therapy intensive/respite camp for children with special needs (thus far focusing on children with autism/autistic-like challenges) and their families. It is motivated by two mutually enforcing goals: To provide therapy for special kids, and To provide respite and support for the siblings and parents of special kids.

       Web site: www.kriscamp.org

  2. Whispering Hope Ranch

    Whispering Hope Ranch (WHR) has been providing a healing environment for individuals with physical or developmental challenges since 1998. The Ranch also serves as a home for animals born with physical differences or rescued from difficult circumstances. Their interaction with special-needs guests is nurturing and calming, and promotes well-being.

       Web site: www.whisperinghoperanch.org

  3. Camelot Ranch

    Founded in 1980, this non-profit program uses horsemanship as a means of therapy to improve strength, balance, coordination and self-esteem. Located in Scttsdale, AZ.

       Web site: www.camelot-th.org

  4. Ester Seals Arizona

    Respite & Recreation
    This program is a collaborative effort between Ester Seals Arizona and local YMCA's to provide much needed respite for parents of children with and without disabilities. In a highly structured environment, participants ages 7-14 spend the day involved in numerous activities such as swimming, indoor/outdoor sports, and arts & crafts.

    Camps
    This program offers campfire sing-a-longs, late night ghost stories, boating, nature walks, swimming, and arts and crafts. Activities are very similar to other summer camp programs.

       Web site: az.easterseals.com

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