Diabetes Camps - Connecticut

The Rainbow Club

Round Hill Community House
397 Round Hill Road, Greenwich, Connecticut
(508) 987-2056 ext. 205

The Rainbow Club takes on a new week welcoming campers, siblings AND their parents to the celebration of freedom. Join us for this trip as campers learn about the independence of our nation and of themselves. Campers will sing about the greatness of our country in a Fourth of July show like no other! And, of course, what week would be complete without diabetes education, crazy camp games, crafts, water fun, and the optional overnight for our campers ages 6 and up. The adult program designed FOR parents is offered alongside the children's program with lectures and break-out topics ranging from pump therapy and current research to parent sessions for both newly diagnosed and more "seasoned" parents. Be part of the festivities, the learning, and the non-stop laughter! Join us and make friendships that will last a lifetime. 

Reviewed by dLife Staff 03/13.

Last Modified Date: December 03, 2013

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