Children aged 7-18 who are blind or visually impaired are invited to attend summer camp at Brigadoon Village for Camp See-Ya. This camp gives children living with visual impairments the opportunity to experience summer camp in a safe environment and connect with others who are facing similar challenges.
Campers will take part in a wide range of camp activities (which are adapted to be accessible to them and ensure they are able to be successful), make meaningful connections with others, and build valuable skills which will help them to be successful outside of the camp environment, as well. During Camp See-Ya, we emphasize building skills in independence and self-advocacy. All of this takes place during a week full of exceptional fun!
This camp session will take place at the same time as Camp Brainiac (neurosurgery conditions) and Camp Carpe Diem (epilepsy).
Questions? Contact our Registrar, Sally Banks, at firstname.lastname@example.org.
APSEA partners with Brigadoon to make Camp See-Ya possible.