We have several Respite and Camp Recreation programs that cater to different care needs and disabilities. All of our programs provide a safe, barrier-free environment for individuals with disabilities. Please click on a program for more information.
Campers who typically attend these sessions have a physical disability or challenge of any degree and/or a mild to moderate cognitive delay, or may have a cognitive functioning level close to that of their actual age, understand basic safety boundaries, and can function in a small-group of one counselor with 2 to 3 campers or 2 counselors with 4 to 5 campers.
Campers who attend these sessions have medical conditions, behavior disorders or known physical aggression, and/or multiple disabilities, a severe to mild cognitive delay and require 1:1 support to function in individual or groups settings.
For individuals with physical disabilities transitioning out of the home and into a college/post-secondary education, employment, or independent living situation.
This program is designed specifically for Wawbeek campers who are adventurous-at-heart.
Campers who attend this session have a primary diagnosis of Aspergers/High Functioning Autism, Tourette Syndrome/OCD, ADD/ADHD, or traits similar to those who do, moderate to no cognitive delays and are able to function in a small-group of one to two counselors with two-three campers.
A retreat for military service members and veterans and their families.
An educational and recreational day camp program during the summer for local children who have no or very mild disabilities.
This unique program offers an opportunity for friends, siblings and other relatives to attend regular camp sessions with a Camper.
*Ratio 3:1 = 3 campers to 1 counselor, 2:1 = 2 campers to 1 counselor