Overnight ADHD Camps

5 Overnight ADHD Camps

Directory of overnight adhd camps for kids and teens. Find the best overnight, residential and sleepaway camps for this summer.

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Talisman Programs

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Special Needs Camp: ADHD, Aspergers, Autism, Learning Disabilities

Co-ed - Overnight Camp
Religious Affiliation: None

Camp Address
64 Gap Creek Rd
Zirconia, North Carolina 28790, USA
Phone: (828) 697-6313

Talisman Programs provides exceptional summer camp opportunities for young people ages 6-22 with ADHD, Autism Spectrum Disorders, and other learning differences. Since 1980 our ACA-accredited programs have been offering unique alternatives to ordinary summer camps.

Camp Northwood

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Special Needs Camp: ADD, ADHD, Aspergers, Learning Disabilities

Co-ed - Overnight Camp
Religious Affiliation: None

Camp Address
132 State Route 365
Remsen, New York 13438, USA
Phone: (315) 831-3621

Traditional summer camp experience for learning challenged & high functioning autistic campers. A structured, socially therapeutic setting enables our staff to concentrate on the instruction and reinforcement of age-appropriate social skills. 2:1 camper/counselor ratio and daily academic session.

Camp Sequoia

Special Needs Camp: ADHD

Boys Only - Overnight Camp
Religious Affiliation: None

Pennsburg, Pennsylvania, USA - (610) 771-0111

Camp Sequoia is an overnight summer camp for boys ages 8-17 who need help developing their social skills. Located on the beautiful campus of The Perkiomen School in Pennsburg, Pennsylvania (1 hour northwest of Philadelphia) our innovative program integrates Michelle Garcia Winner's Social Thinking®

Camp New Hope

Special Needs Camp: ADHD

Overnight Camp
Religious Affiliation: None

McGregor, Minnesota, USA - (218) 426-3560

Summer Travel Camp - Center for ADHD

Special Needs Camp: ADHD

Boys Only - Overnight Camp
Religious Affiliation: None

Bryn Mawr, Pennsylvania, USA - (484) 2781088

Summer Travel Camp is an overnight travel program for boys ages 12-16 who present with ADHD.

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