Creative Care Center
3827 N. Oracle Road, 401-5865
Creative Care Club House for Kids Summer Camp - Ages 3-21. Mon-Fri, morning and afternoon, May 20-Aug 16. No charge for DDD-eligible children. Based on music therapy, art and animal therapy programs. Respite available. Open house, 10 a.m.-2 p.m. March 23.
JM McClary Creative Arts & Instruction
Lessons at your location, 219-8525
Creative Arts and Instruction - Age 5-up. Mon-Sat, flexible, May 25-Aug 4. $25-$55. Individualized music and art instruction. Art and music lessons designed with child's specific interests and abilities in mind.
Lions Camp Tatiyee Inc.
5283 White Mountain Blvd., Show Low-Lakeside area.
1-480-380-4254 (winter); 1-928-537-4781 (summer)
Deaf/hard of hearing/CODA - Ages 7-17. Sun-Fri, overnight, June 23-28. Donations only. This is a highly active residential camp experience for Deaf/HH/CODA kids.
Developmentally Challenged School-Age - Ages 7-21. Sun-Fri, overnight, June 9-14. Donations only. Residential camp experience for kids with developmental challenges. Some activities include fishing, swimming and go-karting.
Multi-Challenged School Age - Ages 7-21. Sun-Fri, overnight, July 7-12. Donations only. Residential camp experience designed for special-needs kids with one or more physical or developmental challenges.
Physically Challenged/Blind Junior and Senior High - Ages 13-21. Sun-Fri, overnight, July 14-19. Donations only. Residential camp for peers who are physically challenged to interact and enjoy a real camp experience.
Physically Challenged/Blind Primary - Ages 7-12. Sun-Fri, overnight, June 16-21. Donation only. A residential camp designed for kids with physical challenges to have a safe, nurturing camp experience among their peers.
Muscular Dystrophy Association
3300 E. Sunrise Drive, 529-2000
MDA Summer Camp-Ages 6-17. Sun-Fri, all-day, June 2-7 and June 9-14. Free to MDA families. For children with neuromuscular diseases.Variety of activities includes arts and crafts and horseback riding.
TROT Therapeutic Riding of Tucson
8920 E. Woodland Road, 749-2360
TROT Summer Session - All ages. Mon-Sat, morning and afternoon, April 15-May 24. $190 group; $220 semiprivate; $255 private. Therapeutic horsemanship for children and adults with cognitive and physical special needs. One hour per week for six week summer session.
Tucson Alliance for Autism
1002 N. Country Club Road, 319-5857
All Star Camp - Ages 10-14. 9 a.m.-1 p.m. Mon-Thu, June 3-20. $450. For children with limited to no speech with current knowledge of visual communication. Concentration on structured play and socialization. Limit six. Personal aide must accompany each camper.
Explorer Camp I - Ages 7-10. Mon-Thu, 9 a.m.-1 p.m. first and third week, 1-5 p.m. second week, June 3-20. $375 with limited financial assistance available. For children with high-functioning ASD. Concentration on leisure skills, social communication, friendships and fun. Limited to 15 children.
Explorer Camp II - Ages 11-14. 9 a.m.-1 p.m. Mon-Thu, June 24-July 11. $375 with limited financial assistance available. For children with high-functioning ASD. Concentration on leisure skill, social communication, friendships and fun. Limited to 15 children.
Wildcat Teen Camp - Ages 15-25. 9 a.m.-1 p.m. Mon-Thu, June 3-20. $375 with limited financial assistance available. Teens with high-functioning ASD learn skills to transition from high school to college. Held on UA campus. Limited to 10 teens.
Tucson Parks & Rec Therapeutic Recreation
1000 S. Randolph Way, 791-4504
Discovery Day Camp - Ages 6-16. Mon-Thu, morning, June 3-July 18. $26 city residents; $32 non-city. For youths with developmental disabilities. Participants experience daily rotations of arts and crafts, sports, games and creative arts.
In-Betweeners Club Inclusion - Ages 11-14. Mon-Fri, flexible, June 3-July 19. $110 city residents; $138 non-city. Youths who are ready for inclusion learn life skills and social interaction through field trips, sports and games. Call 837-8060 before registering.
Inclusion KIDCO - Age 5-12 (completed kindergarten). Mon-Fri, morning, June 3-July 19. $110 city residents; $138 non-city. Recreational and social activities for youths with learning or developmental disabilities in an inclusive setting. Call 837-8060 before registering.
Inclusion Program - Ages 5-12 (completed kindergarten). 8 a.m.-2 p.m. Mon-Fri, June 3-July 19. $110 city residents; $138 nonresidents. Recreation and social activities for kids who are deaf or hard of hearing along with their siblings and kids without disabilities. Call 837-8060 before registering.
Kidzone - Ages 3-5. 8 a.m.-noon, Mon-Thu, June 3-July 18. $26 city residents; $32 nonresidents. Children with developmental disabilities increase sensory-motor development, enhance play skills and increase social interactions.
PAL Program - Ages 12-18. 2-7 p.m. Mon-Thu, June 3-July 18. $26 city residents; $32 non-city. Teens with learning disabilities or attention deficit disorder develop community recreation skills, emphasizing leisure education and social skills
Summer Teen Adventures in Recreation (STARs) - Ages 16-22. 8 a.m.-1:30 p.m. June 3-July 18. $26 city residents; $32 non-city. Young adults with developmental disabilities enhance social skills, personal living skills and community integration through recreation.
Therapeutic Recreation Sunrise Camp - Ages 3-7. Mon-Thu, morning, June 3-20. Free. For kids who have been affected by cancer and their siblings. Co-sponsored by the American Cancer Society. Call 1-800-865-1582 to register.