Diabetes Camps - Indiana

Camp John Warvel

Carol Dixon
6415 Castleway West Drive, Suite 114
Indianapolis, IN 46219
317-352-9226 ext.6732
Email: cdixon@diabetes.org

Camp John Warvel is an American Diabetes Association residential camp for children with diabetes ages 7 through 15. Held in North Webster, Indiana, Camp Warvel provides a unique learning atmosphere for children to acquire the skills necessary to manage their disease. Medical staff are with the children throughout all daily activities and at night. Dietitians manage each child's meal according to his or her needs, including managing celiac or allergies. Sports, crafts, swimming, boating, and nature activities are offered. For more information, visit www.diabetes.org
 

The Diabetes Youth Foundation Camp Until a Cure

Julie Shutt
Camp Administrator
(317) 750-9310
Email: dyfjulie@yahoo.com
Website: http://www.dyfofindiana.org

We are the Diabetes Youth Foundation Camp, Camp Until a Cure, located in Noblesville, IN. This year we are offering a day camp for children ages 5 -7. This will be the first and only day camp for children with type 1 diabetes in Indiana. The camp offers Family Camp Weekends, Summer Residential Camp and a Teen Adventure Trip. The family camp and residential camp is held at our camp located in Noblesville, IN. Directions to the camp and application forms to our programs can be found at www.dyfofindiana.org.

No Limits Diabetes Camps

Dr. Sam Wentworth
414 E. Broadway
Danville, IN 46122
Phone: (317) 745-7128
Fax: (317) 745-3085 
Email: thepapasam@yahoo.com
Website:http://www.nolimitsdiabetes.org/

Programs offered by NO LIMITS DIABETES (also known as Diabetic Teens Without Boundaries) include teen weekends, educational programs, summer adventure programs in the USA, and camps and other programs internationally. No Limits Diabetes summer camp program for 2013 will be from June 22nd to June 29th at Spring Hill Camp in Seymour, Indiana. This camp is exclusively for teens and is open to both type 1 and type 2. Please visit our website for more information.

Reviewed by dLife Staff 03/13.

Last Modified Date: December 03, 2013

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