Diabetes Camps Want Ads

Adventures for the Cure/ Extreme Weekend for Children with Diabetes is held in North East, MD in the spring and fall of each year. The camp is open to ages 12-19 boys & girls. We have had campers attend from- MD. PA. NJ. DE. MA. Nebraska.

Our next camp will be held 04/09-11/10.

Mission Statement
To provide children with diabetes the opportunity to maximize their ability to perform at their highest level in all areas of sports, fitness and life activities while maintaining intensive glucose control.

If your child athlete with diabetes is on a team and cant take time away to attend the retreat, consider this: The most impressive impact in attending EW retreat is to provide empowerment; learn from experts, and fellow athletes with diabetes about the benefits of tighter diabetes control and optimal athletic performance. Attending the Saturday portion of the weekend activities will allow your child to take advantage of our unique empowering program. Please consider taking advantage of our offer for your child to attend the Saturday program only.

Contact information
Director - Ron DeNunzio
Address - 715 Brentwood Dr. Lititz, PA. 17543
Phone - 717-471-4636
Email - rwdenunzio@msn.com
website - www.adventuresforthecure.com/extremeweekend.html

Wanted for Summer 2010: Summer Camp Counselor
With Type 1 Diabetes and/or experience with insulin pump therapy.

We are in need of a responsible young man to be a camp cabin counselor for our 11 year old son with Type 1 diabetes. This paid position would require the candidate to stay seven weeks at Camp Walt Whitman in Piermont, New Hampshire (June 26-August 14th, as well as a week of training prior to these dates). While Camp Walt Whitman is a wonderful, nurturing camp, it is not a diabetes camp. Therefore, the applicant must be well practiced and educated in diabetes management and (ideally) the use of an insulin pump.

Our son is an active camper who enjoys swimming, handball, baseball, football, chess, playing music and reading books. He is very social, has a great sense of humor and is fun to be around. Our goal is to hire someone that will help him continue on his road to being independent with his Diabetes management, while staying close at hand to ensure that he is making safe decisions regarding insulin dosing, exercise, and food choices while at camp.

The ideal applicant for the position must have completed at least one year of college to be eligible. Candidates should be exceptionally responsible and extremely reliable. The applicant must enjoy working with and around children, and be able to be active alongside our son. The candidate also must commit to staying at the summer camp for the prearranged time.

If you are interested in learning more about this/these positions, please contact or send your resume to: jodeemartin@gmail.com or call 212-828-6578.

To learn more about the summer camp via Internet got to http://www.campwalt.com/

WANTED:

Did you ever go to CAMP NYDA In Burlingham New York?

If so please get in touch with some old friends on facebook search Camp NYDA or send email to: kmcq64@gmail.com

 

Last Modified Date: November 28, 2012

All content on dLife.com is created and reviewed in compliance with our editorial policy.

Sign up for FREE dLife Newsletters

dLife Membership is FREE! Get exclusive access, free recipes, newsletters, savings, and much more! FPO

Congratulations!
You are subscribed!
Congratulations!
You are subscribed!
Congratulations!
You are subscribed!
141 Views 0 comments
by Carey Potash
An actual working pancreas would never pull this kinda crap! An actual working pancreas wouldn’t be like, “Hey, I’m just gonna take the afternoon off.” An actual working pancreas wouldn’t jump ship like a coward and march its squishy legs up to the nurse’s office and hide out there for two hours. It wouldn’t whine the whole time, complaining that A.) it’s disconnected and B.) it’s not charged. ...