Sarah is a seven-year veteran of camps for people with disabilities. Originally from Michigan, she has spent the last three summers working at a camp in Wisconsin. She has a degree in English literature and American Sign Language from Michigan State University, and is considering Child Life as a profession after her time at camp. She would be more than happy to help families figure out how to send their loved ones to camp. She can be reached at email@example.com
|A camper with cerebral palsy enjoys a g-tube breakfast as she heads up to the zipline|
|Drumming: Music is a great afternoon activity at a camp for
kids with visual impairments.|
|Campers with all types of abilities are celebrated and loved at camps|
At the dance: Some camps have fancy dress nights or special dances, where everyone can celebrate.