Diabetes Camps - Utah

FCYD - Foundation for Children and Youth with Diabetes

FCYD CampC/o Dave Okubo, MD
1995 West 9000 South
West Jordan, Utah 84088
801-566-6913
http://www.fcydcamp.org/

The Foundation for Children and Youth with Diabetes was founded to provide quality camping programs and exceptional activities and education through commitment and dedication to children and youth with diabetes and their families.

June 12-17, Camper grades 2-8

July 17-22, Camper grades 2-8

July 31-Aug, 5 Camper grades 2-8

Aug 7-12, Teen Leadership, camper grades 8-12

Sep 9-10, Family Day camp, camper age 0 to grade 6

Winter Ski and Snowboard Camps:

Dec 29-Jan 1

Jan 13-16

Feb 17-20

Mar 17-19

Diabetes Clubhouse

Gayle Burns
Market Associate
American Diabetes Association
1245 E Brickyard Road, Suite 30
Salt Lake City, Utah 84106
801-363-3024 ext. 7073
gburns@diabetes.org

The American Diabetes Association in Salt Lake City, Utah holds Diabetes Clubhouse, a day camp for kids with diabetes ages 4-7.

UTADA

Contact: Dave Okubo, MD, Camp Director, at (801) 566-6913
http://www.nathangedge.com

Summer Camp is held annually June - August and consists of four (4) full week (Saturday to Friday) sessions. Summer Camp is held at two locations, Camp Wapiti in Settlement Canyon in Tooele County and Camp Red Cliffe near Huntsville in Weber County.

Reviewed by dLife Staff 03/13.

Last Modified Date: June 10, 2016

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