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Who Are We!

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Our Purpose

Founded in 2013, Camps at Trusted Parents has given careful consideration to operating successful all-inclusive summer camps for children, teens, and young adults with and without special healthcare needs. Our campers have fun while building self-confidence, social skills, and life skills, all while gaining meaningful relationships. Each camp day focuses on encouraging campers to demonstrate personal growth, disability awareness, and acceptance. Therefore, implementing the key character traits of caring, trusting, respecting, and understanding others' limitations and abilities

Our Camps Mission

The mission for our camps is to foster meaningful friendships between our campers and improve their overall social emotional development, physical capabilities, activities of daily living skills, and behavioral functioning through the aid of caring staff, various therapies, traditional recreation, and community engagement.

Who are our Campers

We welcome a varied range of abilities within the mild to moderate classification. Our campers are fully ambulatory and have a basic grasp of their daily living skills. Although, some of our campers may require assistive devices such as, wheelchairs, braces, walkers, and crutches they must be self-sufficient in areas of toileting and feeding. For the safety of our fellow campers and staff, we will not accept campers with violent tendencies or outbursts that are aggressive and unmanageable. 

We can accommodate campers with, but not limited to....

  • Intellectual and Developmental Delays

  • Autism Spectrum Disorder

  • Down Syndrome

  • Learning Disabilities (ADHD, etc.)

  • Muscular Dystrophy

  • Social Communication Disorder

  • Sensory Processing Disorder

  • Fragile X Syndrome, and more

Who is welcome to join our camps

Although we provide all-inclusive camps; there are "Acceptability Guidelines" that must be adhered to by our campers for enrollment without exceptions. They are as follow: 

  • All campers must be independent and require no assistance when it comes to toileting and personal hygiene

  • Must not have aggressive or violent behaviors such as, scratching, punching, biting, hitting, grabbing others, throwing objects, and/or being destructive.

  • Must not run away/ risk of flight/ elope.

  • Must not use profanity, strip down clothing, or expose self in public.

  • Must not touch others inappropriately.

  • Must be able to engage in group settings and activities.

  • Must not need one-on-one assistance. Campers who depend on or need one-on-one assistance, may only attend camp with a community guide worker(s). This is only subjected to the approval of the  camp director. Campers; however, must still be self-sufficient in areas of toileting in order to attend camp, regardless of respite/community guide worker attending with them. PLEASE NOTE: Our counselors are not hired to provide one-on-one assistance to only one camper. If you feel your child needs additional assistance and do not have an assigned one-on-one respite worker, then our camps may not be the right fit for your child. 

Due to our camper's various diagnoses and capabilities, our camp environments are carefully created to ensure a healthy and comfortable setting for growth and fun. We want our campers to make lasting friendships and to be in an atmosphere that allows them to do so. 

As all-inclusive summer camps, our campers are from diverse ethnic, socioeconomic, and religious backgrounds. Please feel free to contact us if you have questions about whether or not our camps are a good fit for your child at

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