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Site helps parents find perfect summer camp, including children with special needs.

Summer Camps in the USA & Canada - MySummerCamps

A virtual yellow pages, the site doesn't rate the camps (although those accredited by the American or Canadian Camp Associations declare that), but instead provides visitors with enough information about them to begin to make an informed choice for their child.

Camps are broken down according to content, location and audience. There are camps aimed at kids with special needs (autism, Tourette syndrome, learning disabilities), special interests (sports, arts, academics) and more traditional options as well.


  • Complete List of Special Needs Categories listed on My Summer Camps

Aspergers, Asthma, Autism, Blood Disorder, Burn, Cancer, Cerebral Palsy, Cystic Fibrosis, Developmental Disabilities, Diabetes, Epilepsy, Hearing Impaired, HIV and AIDS, Learning Disabilities and ADHD, Mainstreaming, Mental Retardation, Muscular Dystrophy, Other Special Needs, Physical Disabilities, Speech Impaired, Spina Bifida, Substance Abuse, Tourettes Syndrome, Visually Impaired


The Toronto-based site, launched in 2001, is reportedly the most visited summer camp website out there with more than 300,000 people searching its database each month.

Click Here for the list of camps designed for children with Tourette Syndrome? ?For all other camps, view their homepage by using the link above.
 

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