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Triangle D: American Diabetes Association

Triangle D: American Diabetes Association

The overnight camp programs for children and teens, combine a program of summer activities with a program of diabetes education and support. Both components challenge each camper to reach their maximum potential, both mentally an physically. The campers are actively involved in managing their diabetes. Goals for campers include improved self-esteem, taking responsibility for diabetes management and social adjustment in a new setting away from home. The activities are planned for the interest and skill level of each age group and provide new and different experiences for campers each year. 24 hour medical supervision is provided by physicians, nurses and other health care providers. Nutrition activities, blood glucose monitoring and insulin administration are integrated into the camp program. Throughout the year, the American Diabetes Association raises funds through donations and local fundraising events. The generosity of donors allows the American Diabetes Association to offer every camper nationwide a significant reduction in camp fees. You can help support the Association's Camp program by donating to the Association or participating in one of our local fundraising events. Visit www.diabetes.org/chicago or call 1-888-DIABETES (888-342-2383) or 312-346-1805 to get involved locally. Special thanks to our families who have volunteered their time or participated in our events over the past year. Your generosity has helped us in our effort to Stop Diabetes and providing camp to our youth in Illinois! Continue reading >>

Diabetes Camps - Lifecare Alliance

Diabetes Camps - Lifecare Alliance

Registration Deadline: July 7, 2018 ( Click here to register ) Deposit: $10 deposit required for all camp programs (non-refundable). Call 614-884-4400 for information. Scholarships are available to cover or help cover the entrance fee for any family who qualifies based on income.We have lowered our fees in hope that families will help fundraise for camp by having lemonade stands, bakes sales, jump rope contests or penny wars. These are all great ways to raise money for a great cause. From beginners to more practiced individuals, Camp Hamwi offers a diverse program for any skill level. The camp environment promotes a sense of team spirit and good sportsmanship in individual and group activities, and competitive and non-competitive challenges. Campers are encouraged to try new skills, and explore their unique individual potentials. Activity options include horseback riding, archery, volleyball, soccer, canoeing, swimming, arts and crafts, drama, dance, outdoor living skills, nature crafts, and outdoor adventure. Incorporated into the daily schedule are diabetes education sessions to increase campers understanding of diabetes. Each week, the program is specially designed to address the interests of a particular age group. For individuals entering their senior year of high school and looking for an opportunity to develop their leadership potential, the C.I.T. program may be the one for you. No longer campers and not yet staff, C.I.T.s undergo a comprehensive counselor training program designed to increase their awareness of counselor responsibilities and leadership roles. A more advanced program structured to challenge our oldest campers. Seniors are exposed to rappelling, river canoeing, overnight camping, initiative games and much more. Senior campers are privileged to i Continue reading >>

Camp: American Diabetes Association

Camp: American Diabetes Association

Healthy Recipes: Delicious Recipe Kits Delivered - 2017-03-chefd.html We've teamed up with Chef'd to bring you healthy recipe kits. Ways to Give : Vacation for Donations - ways-to-give-201710-hotelscom.html Travel bookings completed through Hotels.com give 5% back to the Association. Shopdiabetes.org: Your Stress-Free System for Family Dinners! - 2017-03-book-oclock-scramble.html A year of delicious meals to help prevent and manage diabetes. Ask the Experts: Learn to Live Well with Diabetes - ask-the-experts.html Get answers during live Q&A with diabetes experts. Healthy Recipes: Build a Better Breakfast - 2017-01-breakfast-recipes.html Ensure a healthy start to your day with this guide. Podcast Series: In It Together celebrates the steps you take - in-it-together.html Continue reading >>

Gales Creek Camp Foundation

Gales Creek Camp Foundation

Gales Creek Camp is a place where children and teenagerswith type 1 diabetes from all over the Pacific Northwest have a blast while connecting with other kids living withthe same challenges. This is the place where a type 1 isn't the only 1. Ourgoal is to help each child grow toward living an active, independent life. In addition to having a traditional summer camp experience filled with friendships and anticsrunning, swimming, hiking, field games, arts, drama, campfires, and all around summer funGales Creek Campers start to learn some of the self-care habits that will help them grow into healthy adults. They may learn to test themselves and give injections, and how food andexercise are linked to insulin. They may learn how sports, illness and stress interactwith diabetes. Ultimately, we want them togain confidence to begin to manage their own bodies. Staff members, many who have diabetes themselves, modelhealthy habits and demonstrate that children with diabetes are not limited bytheir diagnosis.Perhaps most important of all, Gales Creek Campers learn that diabetes does not prevent them from living active, satisfying lives. To get an idea what our campers get up to, check out the take-home video from one of the High School sessions last year!

Diabetes Training Camp Foundation Scholarship Program

Diabetes Training Camp Foundation Scholarship Program

Our 1st week-long camp will be June 25 30 at Millersville University in Lancaster, PA. Millersville was the first PA state school founded 150 years ago and has a beautiful sprawling 250 acre campus nestled in scenic Lancaster. Well cycle through Lancasters rolling farmlands, takes runs and walks on beautiful trails and enjoy the picturesque campus as we stay in the dorm and eat at the dining hall. Our camp at Millersville will have a collegial and community feel. Our 2nd week-long camp will be August 13 18 at Spooky Nook Sports in Lancaster, PA. Spooky Nook is the largest indoor sports complex in North America with first-class courts, fields, climbing areas and even a ninja warrior course. We will cycle, walk and run through the beautiful Lancaster countryside, but also utilize The Nook facilities throughout camp. We will stay in the adjacent Warehouse hotel, a 4.5 star hotel, with luxurious rooms and modern amenities. Meals will be catered and served in the conference center where we hold our lectures. At both camps, our campers will be matched with a roommate unless they choose to upgrade to a single room. More information about registration price and timing will be coming very soon! And, we plan to open our scholarship application process in early February for these 2 week long camps. Other exciting services coming from DTC in 2018! We are actively working on planning more DTC experiences in 2018 powered by the Diabetes Training Camp Foundation: 3-day TEEN/PARENT Boot Camp we piloted this program last December and had a tremendous experience. We are looking forward to offering another program in 2018. 3-day TYPE 2 DIABETES Boot Camp we are currently working on the possibility of offering a 3 day program geared solely to Type 2 and pre-diabetic campers. 3-day ALUMNI Continue reading >>

Camp Colorado: American Diabetes Association

Camp Colorado: American Diabetes Association

The mission of the American Diabetes Association Camp Colorado is to foster independence, self confidence and awareness of a healthy lifestyle through education, nutrition, exercise, emotional well being and glucose control in children. Camp Colorado is held at beautiful Eagle Lake camp in the heart of Pike National Forest. Only 9 miles outside of Woodland Park, CO and a short distance from Colorado Springs, Camp Colorado is an idyllic summer camp setting. What is camp all about - Empowered adventure. This is the rally cry of Association Camp Colorado. We provide one Association-trained diabetes counselor for every four campers and then add an additional program counselor just to ensure a safe good time! Camp Colorado is a non-intimidating place to expand your knowledge of diabetes while making new friends and creating experiences you'll be telling other people about for years to come. We encourage each camper to learn something new about diabetes management but never force education. At Camp Colorado we believe that you will take something away that is specific to your own stage of development. Meet new friends, have a blast and hopefully learn something new about yourself along the way. Camp Colorado is funded through the generous support of corporations, foundations, clubs and organizations, third party events and individual gifts. Monetary gifts of all sizes go a long way! A few ways your donation can make a difference this year are by helping provide juice fairy snack boxes for each cabin nightly, providing each camper a glow necklace on crazy night, sending a teen on a full day white water raft trip and helping us purchases new camp walkie-talkies! Residential Camp is what most people think of when summer camp is mentioned. Archery, canoeing, riflery, swimming, c Continue reading >>

Camp | Diabetes Youth Services

Camp | Diabetes Youth Services

Young adults ages 16 though college will learn skills and techniques that will prepare them for mentoring campers as counselors and serve as future leaders in our community. Campers entering grades 7-12 will make friends that they will cherish for a lifetime. There is something for everyone from canoeing, crafts, swimming, talent show, and archery. Campers entering grades 4 through 7 have an opportunity to experience resident camp in fun camp activities. They meet kids and staff that also face challenges of diabetes. Introductory experience for children entering kindergarten through grade 4. These young campers will have a fun-filled week playing and learning a little about diabetes. Camp is all about firsts! We take every opportunity to encourage the kids to try new ways to manage their diabetes. Not just with diabetes, campers experience a wide variety of fun firsts staying away from home, climbing an tree, or fishing. They will have a blast enjoying all the fun activities camp has to offer and learn strategies for managing diabetes. DYS has a long history of campers making friends to whom they can relate. Every child with diabetes has felt alone at some point, but camp is a unique place where they know that they are never alone. At Hot Shots Camp your child will learn skills, form friendships, and make memories they will cherish for a lifetime! For information about camp financial support including payment plans, sponsorships and scholarships see our Camp Financial Support page. Be a part of camp! We need talented and dedicated counselors, medical staff and other volunteers to help make camp happen. We would love to have you. Continue reading >>

Camp Hendon - Home

Camp Hendon - Home

At Camp Hendon we give children with diabetes a life changing experience that empowers them to take control of their journey with diabetes during a week-long residential camp. During one week in the summer, each camper discovers that they arent the only one in the world who has to prick their fingers, test their blood sugar, and count their carbs. All of our campstaff are volunteers, and we seek donations from companies for medical and treatment supplies.We are relying on you to keep Camp Hendon thriving. Camp Hendon is an all-volunteer camp for children with Type 1 diabetes inKentucky and the surrounding region.At Camp Hendon we give children with diabetes a life changing experience that empowers them to take control of their journey with diabetes. We achieve this mission through two separate week-long residential camping sessions for approximately 200 children with diabetes between the ages of 8-17. The focus is on fun, but the lessons learned are critical to long-term success.Camp is a child-friendly atmosphere where healthy habits are reflected by adult role models, most of whomare alsoliving with diabetes. Continue reading >>

Registration | The Barton Center For Diabetes Education, Inc.

Registration | The Barton Center For Diabetes Education, Inc.

If you prefer sending a "hard copy" application: PLEASE PRINT AND COMPLETE THE APPLICABLE FORMS (BELOW) AND MAIL TO: The Barton Center for Diabetes Education, Inc. NOTE 1: FAXED, EMAILED OR TELEPHONED REGISTRATIONSWILL NOT BE ACCEPTED UNDER ANY CIRCUMSTANCES. NOTE 2: Camper parents have the right to request to see Barton policies on background checks, health care, discipline policies, and grievance procedures. Parents should contact the CampDirector for this information. Financial Aid Application (if applicable) Agency/Organization Agreement (if applicable) 2018 Barton SummerPrograms RegistrationMaterials Summer2018 Letter (please read first) - Overview of the upcomingsummer, what's new at Barton. Registration& Fee Information -Registration and fee information for all summer camp programs. Camper Application - Use this for all Summer 2018 sessions. For WACkY campers(siblings or friends without diabetes)at Clara BartonCamp and Camp Joslin during Session 1 only and all day camp programs, please fill out a SEPARATE camper application. Family Camp Application - Use this for Family Camp session. Payment Arrangement Sheet - Payment form for all summercamp programs. Financial Aid Application - Applicable if you are applyingfor financial assistance from The Barton Center. (Please note--the maximum amount of campership that may be awarded for the 3-week session is $2,535.) Agency/Organization Agreement -Applicable if another agency or organization is sponsoring a portion of your camp fee. Fundraising Flyer - Helpful information to assist you in raising money to attend camp this summer. Financial Aid Application - Applicable if youare applyingforfinancial assistance from The Barton Center. (Please note--the maximum amount of campership that may be awarded for the 3-week session Continue reading >>

Texas Lions Camp

Texas Lions Camp

Get ahead of the crowd - parents using the online application system may apply online beginning January 1, 2018. Manual applications will be made available for download on February 1, 2018. Below, you will note two different links. If you have an existing account with TLC, you may login and update your information. New campers should use the second link. Camp Neuron - Epilepsy Foundation of Texas Download your copy of the Spring 2018 Newsletter. Camp is right around the corner and there is a great deal activity as we prepare for your arrival. How great is this? This past August, the Board of Directors approved the commissioning of a Master Plan study for Texas Lions Camp. According to Board President, Rick Stoorza, TLC had a Master Plan in the early 1990s which has since been successfully completed through the capital Campaign known as CAMPaign 2000. It is now time for the next evolution in Texas Lions Camps distinguished history. In response, TLCs Chairman of Camp Improvements, James Wheeler and CEO, Stephen Mabry, negotiated an RFP and ultimately an engagement with long-time partner and award winning architectural firm MarmonMok of San Antonio. The engagement has been approved by the Executive Committee as recommended by the Camp Improvements Committee. It is crucial that TLC plan for the unknown specifically that TLC is actively taking steps towards what will be, rather than what already is, said Mabry. I applaud the Boards vision and foresight that will position TLC to serve the next generation of people who will need the services provided by TLC, most of whom have yet to be born. I am thankful for the resources that have been allocated for this important endeavor and we have already begun the process, said Mabry. The Master Plan will be predicated upon an in-depth Continue reading >>

Summer Camp | Diabetes Youth Foundation Of Indiana

Summer Camp | Diabetes Youth Foundation Of Indiana

Day Camp is a 5-day program held Monday to Friday from 9 a.m. 3 p.m on the dates listed below. Get your questions answered about camp! We have answers about Summer Camp Registration, Camp Prep, While at Camp, Post Camp, Family Camp, and Teen Camp. The Diabetes Youth Foundation of Indiana is looking for fun, energetic, and motivated individuals to join our summer staff! Camp is a great opportunity to build life skills, have fun, create lasting friendships, and be a role model for the younger generation. Junior Counselors (Ages 16-17): Are responsible for assisting counselors, various camp duties, and oversight of campers. Counselors (Ages 18+): Are responsible for oversight of campers, provide leadership for cabin, work alongside medical staff, participate in all camp activities, and create a positive camp environment. Instructors (Ages 21+): Include Diabetes Education, Nature Center, Arts & Crafts, Ropes; For more information, please contact Emily Butera at [email protected] Lifeguards (Ages 18+, 21+):Responsible for camper and staff safety during pool time, various pool duties, and assist with daily logs. Must be certified. Cooks (Ages 21+): For more information, please contact Emily Butera at [email protected] To be considered for a position with the DYFI, you must submit your application and 3 references. All staff must be available during the entire month of June; any exceptions must be approved by the director. Application for Summer 2018 : Create an account, then choose Make a Reservation and select Staff Application Direct any questions to Emily Butera, [email protected] During camp, our volunteers are mostly made up of medical students in pharmacy, dietetics, nursing, pediatric residents, and other medical fields. Additionally, we have physicians, nurse Continue reading >>

Wisconsin Lions Camp Wisconsin Lions Camp

Wisconsin Lions Camp Wisconsin Lions Camp

Join us for a week away from home to experience the adventure of the lifetime! Come swim and boat on Lions Lake, explore in our environmental education program, hit a target in archery, climb to new heights on our climbing tower, high ropes and zip line, create lasting art and performance projects, enjoy a campfire and wallow in our mud pit. Meet other childrenand adults from Wisconsin and build lasting friendships in a safe environment. This quality camping experience is provided free-of-charge to eligible childrenand adults with disabilities from Wisconsin. We serve childrenand adults who are blind or visually impaired, Deaf or Hard of Hearing, childrenwith intellectual disabilities or educational autismand childrenwith diabetes. A chance remark, Blind kids cant go to outdoor camps and stuff like that started it all in 1955 and in 1956, the Lions Clubs of the State of Wisconsin founded the Wisconsin Lions Camp and the Wisconsin Lions Foundation, Inc. to administer the Camp program. From that humble beginning with 26 campers, we are proud to serve over 1,300 campers a summer. Continue reading >>

Camp Granada: American Diabetes Association

Camp Granada: American Diabetes Association

For 38 years, Camp GranADA, a residential camp, has been bringing children with diabetes the opportunity to meet other children with diabetes in a medically safe, supervised environment. The experience allows them to identify with one another, learn about themselves and learn to cope with diabetes on a daily basis. While swimming, canoeing, playing kick ball, dancing and making new friends, they will also be learning how to give their own shots, calculate insulin dosages, count carbs and manage their diabetes. Campers are assigned to cabins according to gender and age group. A full medical team of physicians, nurses and dietitians experience in diabetes care are available on site 24 hours a day. The American Diabetes Association is committed to providing educational information and referral services for children with diabetes and their families, advocating for fair and quality treatment of children with diabetes in schools, and increasing federal funding for diabetes research. Camp fees includes the $100 non-refundable deposit, all program materials, medical supplies and a camp t-shirt. Continue reading >>

Resident Camps ~ Clara Barton And Camp Joslin

Resident Camps ~ Clara Barton And Camp Joslin

Home Programs Resident Camps ~ Clara Barton and Camp Joslin Resident Camps ~ Clara Barton and Camp Joslin Three-week program ~Cost: $4,045 + $50 registration Two-week program ~Cost: $2,535 + $50 registration One-weekprogram ~Cost: $1,325 + $50 registration Bridge Weekends* ~Cost: $75 *only for campers attending consecutive two-week sessions Click here for online registration and printable PDF forms. Financial assistance may be available. (Please note--the maximum amount of campership that may be awarded for the 3-week session is $2,535.) Diabetes? It is quietly tucked into an awesome daily schedule where life with diabetes is the norm and the most important thing is to have the time of your life with other girls who are just like you. Diabetes education is an integral part of what we do at The Barton Center. Whether off camp, in cabins, sitting poolside, trailside, or on the soccer field, there are numerous "teachable moments," some planned, some not. Days are filled with sports activities, arts and crafts, swimming, talent shows, casino nights, Hike to Heck (a mudhole), campfires, an occasional outdoor overnight, dances with the boys from Camp Joslin, diabetes education game shows, boating, hiking, and so much more. For85 years, girls between the ages of 6 and 16 with Type 1 diabetes have enjoyed the life-altering experience of Clara Barton Camp, with access to more than 200 acres, in North Oxford, Massachusetts. Most return year after year. Clara Barton Camp sessions are set amidst a beautiful campus featuring beautiful, modernized log cabins that encircle the Barton pond, a state-of-the art health care and conference center, a high and low ropes challenge course (age appropriate), hiking trails, swimming pool, and the historic Clara Barton Birthplace . Barton staff Continue reading >>

Find A Camp: American Diabetes Association

Find A Camp: American Diabetes Association

Healthy Recipes: Delicious Recipe Kits Delivered - 2017-03-chefd.html We've teamed up with Chef'd to bring you healthy recipe kits. Ways to Give : Vacation for Donations - ways-to-give-201710-hotelscom.html Travel bookings completed through Hotels.com give 5% back to the Association. Shopdiabetes.org: Your Stress-Free System for Family Dinners! - 2017-03-book-oclock-scramble.html A year of delicious meals to help prevent and manage diabetes. Ask the Experts: Learn to Live Well with Diabetes - ask-the-experts.html Get answers during live Q&A with diabetes experts. Healthy Recipes: Build a Better Breakfast - 2017-01-breakfast-recipes.html Ensure a healthy start to your day with this guide. Podcast Series: In It Together celebrates the steps you take - in-it-together.html Continue reading >>

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