Every camp must strive to assure the health, safety and happiness of each and every child while meeting his/her basic need for acceptance, recognition and respect. For our campers, these goals are met through a program of therapeutic recreation.
The camp is the setting in which recreational, social, and educational activities have, as a primary goal, the establishment or reinforcement of feelings of success, confidence, enthusiasm, and self-worth. The achievement of these goals require that the activities presented be in harmony with the capabilities of the child, so that success is attainable.
Our program is structured so that the campers receive regular instruction in the widest possible variety of recreational skills, and are able to judge and appreciate their own progress. At the same time, our program is flexible so that each child can pursue areas of individual interest.