Diabetes Camps - New York

ADA Summer Camp

American Diabetes Association
New York State Affiliate
Rochester Chapter
595 Blossom Road, Suite 208
Rochester, NY 14610
1-888-544-8801 (in New York)
585-458-3040, Ext. 3472 (Brandi Koch)

ADA SUMMER CAMP'S GOALS are to provide children who have diabetes with:
A fun and safe camping experience.
An emphasis on achieving good control of diabetes while adjusting to daily activities.
An opportunity to develop confidence in their management of diabetes.
Education about diabetes in an informal setting.

Camp Healthy Hope

Katelynn Marie Callon, Founder
230 Titus Ave
Rochester, NY 14617
585-482-8327
Camp Healthy Hope is a day camp for children with type 1 diabetes and their siblings ages 3-12.
Camp is held at Webster Park in Rochester.

Camp Rainbow Day Camp

American Diabetes Association
New York State Affiliate
Rochester Chapter
595 Blossom Road, Suite 208
Rochester, NY 14610
1-888-544-8801 (in New York)
585-458-3040, Ext. 3472 (Brandi Koch)

Camp is held at Hopkins Point Lodge in Mendon Ponds Park A.

Camp Independence

Jewish Community Center of Staten Island
475 Victory Boulevard
Staten Island, NY 10301
Contact Emily Wilson at enwilson@diabetes.org or call (704)-373-9111 ext. 3262.

Activities take place at JCC Lillian Schwartz Day Camp at Family Park (1466 Manor Road, Staten Island, NY 10314), adjacent to Susan Wagner High School on eleven beautiful acres.

Camp LADD

Setebaid Services, Inc.
P.O. Box 196
Winfield, PA 17889-0196
(570) 524-9090
(570) 523-0769 FAX
Toll-Free 1-866-SETEBAID
info@setebaidservices.org

Camp LADD of Cortland is a day camp for children with Diabetes. Geared for children 5 to 13 years old with opportunities for those younger and older to participate. Activities will be field trips and swimming and other fun things. We will have guest speakers, science exams, and video programing.

The Circle of Life Camp

Circle of Life Camp, Inc.
5 Woodridge Drive
Loudonville, NY 12211
Phone: (518) 459-3622
Fax: (518) 489-9889
E-mail: circlecamp@aol.com
www.circleoflifecamp.org

The Circle of Life Camp. A not-for-profit camp for children and young adults with diabetes . The Tenth Annual Circle of Life Camp summer camping season will be held at Camp Scully on Snyder's Lake in North Greenbush, New York.

Long Island: Holy Child Academy, Old Westbury

The Barton Center for Diabetes Education
30 Ennis Road
North Oxford, MA 01537
(508) 987-2056
(508) 987-0741 (fax)
Email: info@bartoncenter.org
www.bartoncenter.org

New York City: Central Park in collaboration with Mount Sinai

The Barton Center for Diabetes Education
30 Ennis Road
North Oxford, MA 01537
(508) 987-2056
(508) 987-0741 (fax)
Email: info@bartoncenter.org
www.bartoncenter.org

Reviewed by dLife Staff 03/13.

Last Modified Date: December 03, 2013

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