Diabetes Camps - Kentucky

Camp Hendon

Kentucky Diabetes Camp for Children, Inc.
1613 Forest Hill Drive
Louisville, KY 40205
Contact: info@camphendon.comor or call 1-855-Hendon1
http://www.camphendon.com

Camp Hendon gives children with diabetes a life changing experience that empowers them to take control of their journey with diabetes.  We achieve this mission thru a week-long residential camping program for approximately 100 children with diabetes between the ages of 8-17. Our camp facility is in Leitchfield, KY and is staffed by professional camp activity staff and volunteer adult counselors (many with diabetes), nurses, certified diabetes educators, and many others who help make camp the best place on earth.

Camp Hendon is an all-volunteer camp for children with diabetes in Kentucky and Southern Indiana. Since Camp Hendon's founding in 1965, we have given thousands of kids with diabetes a chance to have a fun, safe, and medically supervised camping experience. The "Camping Experience" is transformative and adds joy, hope, and confidence to young lives. Lifelong friends are made and perceived limitations of life with diabetes fade away.

So, why don't you come along...

CampQuest

Tawnia Jones
Outpatient Diabetes Clinician
Our Lady of Bellefonte Hospital Diabetes Center
1000 Ashland Drive, suite G1
Ashland, KY 41101
(606) 833-4044
Email: tjones@olbh.com

CampQuest is a two-day camp for children and teens with diabetes ages 7 to 17. Camp is held in at a local park in Ashland, Kentucky.

Reviewed by dLife Staff 03/13.

Last Modified Date: February 25, 2014

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