Children with Special Health Care Needs: Newsletter for Families, April 2012 Page: 4
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Here is a list of summer camps
that serve children with special
health care needs in Texas. The
list is just for information and
does not mean that the CSHCN
Services Program approves or
endorses any camp. This list was
correct as of December 2011. It
does not include all of the camps
"There ib something very speci' -al about being away from yor parent for th firt time, eping under
the stars, hiiing, and canoeing.
-Jarni Gertz (actress, The Lot Boys, t viter)
Web sites you can use to look up camps for kids with
www.acacamps.org (use the "Find a Camp" feature)
zip_code (enter 'camp' in the "Keywords" search
www.mysummercamps.com (click the "Special
Needs Camps" link)
t www.ncpad.org/programs/ Choose a state.
F www.texas-summer- camps.com/Special_Needs_
htm (camps for kids in Texas with Diabetes)
Camps for kids in Texas with other diagnoses and
Camp CAMP (Children's Association for
People with disabilities, ages 5 to 45,
and their siblings, ages 3 to 13.
San Antonio, TX
Camp El Tesoro
Children with mild physical and
mental disabilities, ages 6 to 16.
Sponsor: Camp Fire USA First Texas Council
2700 Meacham Blvd.
Fort Worth, TX 76137-4601
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Texas. Department of Health. Children with Special Health Care Needs: Newsletter for Families, April 2012, periodical, April 2012; Austin, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth326699/m1/4/: accessed October 15, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting UNT Libraries Government Documents Department.