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    Taxonomy Code: PL-6400.1500-850

    Residential or day camp facilities that are appropriately staffed and equipped to provide an opportunity for children or adults who have developmental disabilities, emotional disturbances or health impairments, or who have other limitations or problems which require special facilities or programming, to enjoy a cooperative indoor and/or outdoor living experience.

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    Service NameDescriptionLocationProgramAgency
    Adult and Youth Recreation Program - Brain Injury Alliance of ColoradoOffers outdoor recreational camps for adults and youth who have experienced a brain injury. Each program is staffed by volunteers who provide one-on-one support and a Registered Nurse. Activities include but are not limited to the following: - Kayaking - Zip lining - Hiking - Campfires - Dancing - Hand cycling - Overnight camping - River rafting - Ropes course - Fishing - Evening at Bear Creek complete with a barbeque - Creative Minds, which provides arts and crafts, journaling, and music activities Denver CountyBrain Injury Alliance of ColoradoBrain Injury Alliance of Colorado
    Bereavement Support - Mount Evans HospiceOffers the following types of support for individuals experiencing the loss of a loved one: - Individual counseling - Support/educational groups - One-on-one pairings with a trained bereavement volunteers - Camp Comfort, a summer camp for grieving childrenJefferson CountyMount Evans Hospice and Home Health CareMount Evans Hospice and Home Health Care
    Camp in the City Weekend Respite Service (Jefferson) - Easterseals ColoradoProvides a year-round weekend respite service for individuals living with disabilities. Participants enjoy a theme-based activity schedule throughout their stay. The program operates three weekends each month throughout the year.Jefferson CountyJefferson - Easterseals ColoradoEasterseals Colorado
    Epilepsy Resources - Epilepsy Foundation of ColoradoProvides information and referrals, support groups, community-based education, and a summer camp specifically for children living with epilepsy.Pueblo CountyEpilepsy FoundationEpilepsy Foundation of Colorado
    Intensive Therapy Summer Camps - Adam's CampPathfinder and Trailblazer Camp offers therapy camps for children with special needs, ages 5 and up and their families, including a supportive sibling camp. Operates on a 5-5-5 therapy model: 5 kids, 5 therapists and 5 days. Weekly camp sessions will also focus on respite and support for families.Arapahoe CountyAdam's CampAdam's Camp
    Intensive Therapy Year-Round Program - Adam's CampEarly Start Sessions provides a week-long, intensive therapy program for families and developmentally disabled children ages 1 - 4 years with special needs primarily in association with autism, Down syndrome, cerebral palsy, genetic syndromes or congenital anomalies.Arapahoe CountyAdam's CampAdam's Camp
    Pediatric Campership Program - American Kidney Fund, Inc.Provides financial aid for camp tuition, transportation, and/or camping supplies for indigent children with chronic kidney disease to attend summer camp. Also provides an annual listing of pediatric camp programs for "kidney kids".Out of StateBasic Needs - American Kidney Fund, Inc.American Kidney Fund, Inc.
    Recreation for Individuals with Disabilities - HILLSOffers indoor and outdoor year-round trips and programs either by day, overnight, or extended, for adults with developmental disabilities or traumatic brain injury (TBI). Adams CountyHILLSHILLS
    Summer Program - Breckenridge Outdoor Education CenterOffers multi-day camps at the Breckenridge campus and mobile programs on National Forest and Bureau of Land Management (BLM) lands and rivers: - Camps for Brain Injury - Camps for Multiple Sclerosis - Camps/Retreats for Parkinson's - Camps for Developmental/Other Disabilities - Camps for Sensory Processing Disorders/Autism - Heroic Military ProgramSummit CountyBreckenridge Outdoor Education CenterBreckenridge Outdoor Education Center
    Wilderness Experience - Joseph's JourneyProvides wilderness experiences for children with terminal and life-threatening illnesses.Jefferson CountyJoseph's JourneyJoseph's Journey
    Year-Round Weekly Camps - Adam's CampAdventure Camp provides recreational opportunities for youth and young adults, ages 9 and up with special needs. Campers enjoy activities that expand social horizons, increase constructive risk-taking, and develop independence and confidence. Weekly camps are held throughout the year.Arapahoe CountyAdam's CampAdam's Camp

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