THE CAMPCARE EXPERIENCE
CampCare provides a special time when individuals who may be differently abled make friends, have fun and explore their gifts and talents in a warm nurturing environment.
CampCare celebrates individual differences and focuses on the needs of each camper. The goal of CampCare is to provide a safe and positive “camping” experience away from home while encouraging independence and happy memories
CampCare’s mission is to provide those who are differently abled with recreational and educational opportunities in a safe and nurturing environment.
SCHEDULE & CURRICULUM
Campers move through three activity groups each day. Groups are determined by age and ability. The CampCare curriculum focuses on outdoor activities, self-care, and socialization. Campers will be exposed to many opportunities which include, but are not limited to:
IMPORTANT DATES FOR 2019
March 31, 2020
All registration forms and deposits, ($250 minimum) are due as soon as possible to ensure camper acceptance.
May 1, 2020
All payment balances, medical forms, and a passport size photo are due. Wait list opens on this date.
July 11, 2020
Required training for all staff at Trinity Cathedral 200 Island Ave Reno, NV 89501. from 1pm to 6pm. CPR and First Aid included.
July 12, 2020
Campers need to arrive between 4pm to 5:30pm at Zephyr Point Presbyterian Conference Center Lake Tahoe.
July 18, 2020
Campers present a musical presentation for family and friends. Arrival for performance is 9:30am with the show starting at 10am. Camp concludes at 11am. Parents must pick up campers by 11am.
CampCare is a non-sectarian and non-profit, amp that began in Reno, Nevada in 1971. We are now utilizing the Zephyr Point Presbyterian Conference Center, situated on the majestic shores of Lake Tahoe.
At CampCare we believe that all people are special. We strive to provide a program which recognizes individual differences and creates enriching life experiences that will enhance the educational and environmental background of each camper. CampCare has a proud tradition of giving individual attention as well as offering small group activities in a caring atmosphere.