Diabetes Camps - Tennessee

Camp DAY2DAY

Terry Moore, RN, CDE
80 Humphreys Center Drive, Suite 102
Memphis,Tennessee 38120
(901) 226-5624

Camp DAY2DAY is a free day camp for children and teens with or at risk of type 2 diabetes. It is sponsored by Baptist Memorial Hospital in Memphis, Tennessee.

Camp Sugarbugs

Camp Sugarbugs
Attn: Camp Director
2354 Highway 41, Suite J
Greenbriar, TN 37073
(615) 382-8400
www.sugarbugs.org
Email: dianebug@aol.com

Camp Sugarbugs is located in Mt. Juliet, TN at the Easter Seals Conference Center (appx. 35 miles east of Nashville). The Easter Seals Conference Center and grounds are very versatile.

Camp Sugar Falls

Devin Anna Bradford
Camp Coordinator
4205 Hillsboro Road, Suite 200
Nashville, TN 37215-3339
(615) 298-3066 ext 3331
(615) 292-5357 (fax)
Email: dbradford@diabetes.org

Camp Sugar Falls welcomes children with diabetes and their siblings, ages 6-12. Activities include education sessions, athletics and exercise, swimming and pool games, and arts and crafts.

The Tennessee Camp for Diabetic Children (TCDC)

Camp Director: Bob Gabriel
bgabriel_tcdc@yahoo.com
Website: http://www.tcdc.org/

The Tennessee Camp for Diabetic Children (TCDC) is located on Lake Chickamauga in Soddy, Tennessee, just north of Chattanooga. The camp is committed to teaching children with diabetes how to live a normal and active lifestyle.

Reviewed by dLife Staff 03/13.

Last Modified Date: December 03, 2013

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