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RECREATIONAL CAMPS

Easter Seals Camp ASSCA
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(256) 825.9226; www.campascca.org. Alabama’s Special Camp for Children and Adults. ASCCA is a nationally recognized leader in therapeutic recreation for children and adults with both physical and mental disabilities. Providing weekend and week long sessions- open year-round. Located in Alabama on Lake Martin, offers campers a wide variety of recreational and educational activities. Activities include horseback riding, fishing, tubing, swimming, environmental education, arts and crafts, canoeing, a “splash pad”, outdoor adventure elements like the zip-line, and much more.

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Camp Smile-a-Mile-Alabama’s Program for Children with Cancer
1(205) 323.8427; Camp Smile-A-Mile’s mission is to provide year round challenging, unforgettable recreational and educational experiences for young cancer patients, their families as well as young adult survivors from Alabama at not cost to the families. The purpose is to provide these patients, families and survivors with avenues for fellowship, to help them cope with their disease and to prepare them for life after cancer. Camp Smile-A-Mile, located in downtown Birmingham by Children’s of Alabama, has year round programming including seven annual sessions at Children’s Harbor on Lake Martin. The use of this facility is donated. 1 (334) 500.7920. Please visit us at www.campsam.org.

Camp Sugar Falls & Camp Seale Harris
(205) 402.0415; www.southeasterndiabetes.org. provides our kids with the chance to learn about effective diabetes management, while at the same time allowing them to interact with other children living with this same illness.

Lakeshore Foundation
(205) 313.7400; www.lakeshore.org; Offers a wide range of fitness, recreation, athletic and education programs to children and adults who experience diagnostic conditions including spinal cord injuries, cerebral palsy, multiple sclerosis, stroke, amputation, and visual impairment.

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