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How to know what camp to go to (a parent and child guide):diabetic lifestyle:"When you interview staff you will want to know: How do they balance activity with insulin dosage and food intake to keep children safe from hypoglycemia and hyperglycemia? Do they expect each camper to have a detailed medical history, immunization record, and diabetes regime as well as any psychological history that is relevant before camp begins? Do they expect home insulin dosages, type of insulin given and H1Ac records for camp staff ? During camp does staff keep a daily record of each child's progress? Does this include insulin doses and blood glucose levels? Is it used to review insulin doses and change them as well as food intake and activity levels?"
http://www.diabetic-lifestyle.com/articles/mar00_fkids_1.htm

CAMP JORDAN"CAMP JORDAN IS A GREAT ADVENTURE featuring traditional camp activities while making friends with other children who understand the challenges of having diabetes.Established in 1966 by the West Central Richmond Optimist Club and Dr. William R. Jordan, Camp Jordan continues to provide a fun and exciting camp experience for children learning to manage their diabetes, with the supervision of trained counselors, nurses and doctors."
http://www.pcusa-peva.org/mw/cjordan/

CAMP CAREFREE:childrenwithdiabetes.com:"CAMP CAREFREE is a small, informal camp that provides a healthful, educational and recreational residential camping experience for children with diabetes. Emphasis is given to creating a warm atmosphere of caring and cooperation. Financial assistance is available to those who qualify."
http://www.childrenwithdiabetes.com/camps/d_07_130.htm

Camp Conrad-Chinnock"Located in the San Bernardino Mountains of California, Camp Conrad-Chinnock offers recreational, social, and educational opportunities for youth and families with diabetes. Campers are taught diabetes self-management skills in a fun, interactive, and safe environment. Our program includes water activities in a heated pool, arts and crafts, educational nature activities, archery, rock climbing, hiking, theme days, lake canoeing, volleyball, basketball, and mountain biking along with medical education and self-knowledge. Family and youth camps provide wonderful opportunities for growth."
http://www.dys.org/

Camp Sweeney"Camp Sweeney is one of few camps in the country designed specifically for kids with diabetes. The only requirement to attend is that a camper have diabetes. No camper has ever been turned away from Camp Sweeney because of race, religion, color, nationality, age or financial need."
http://www.campsweeney.org/

The Harrisburg Diabetic Youth Camp (HDYC)"The Harrisburg Diabetic Youth Camp (HDYC) is a one-week summer camp for children with diabetes, aged 8-15 years. Held at Camp Victory in Millville, Pennsylvania, the HDYC enables children to live in a relaxed outdoor atmosphere, sharing the best week of the summer with friends."
http://www.setebaidservices.org/hdyc.html

The Texas Lions Camp"The Texas Lions Camp offers the following types of Camps, completely free of charge to children: Camps for children with physical handicaps. Day Camp-for children with physical handicaps. Camps for children with Type 1 Diabetes. Day Camp for siblings of children with Type 1 Diabetes. Specialty Camps in partnerships with other mission driven organizations"
http://www.lionscamp.com/Camps/Camps.htm

Camp Fitch"Camp Fitch and the Erie County Diabetics Association have combined their resources and developed an outstanding experience for diabetic children. As a camper, the diabetic child will learn to establish his/her condition through proper diet, exercise and medication."
http://www.campfitch.com/diabetic.htm

The Tennessee Camp for Diabetic Children"The Tennessee Camp for Diabetic Children is located on Lake Chickamauga in Soddy, Tennessee, just north of Chattanooga. We are committed to teaching children with diabetes to live a normal and active lifestyle."
http://www.tcdc.net/

The Louisiana Lions Camp"The Louisiana Lions Camp is a non-profit residential summer camp, owned and operated by the Louisiana Lions League for Crippled Children, Inc. The League is funded by the Lions Clubs of Louisiana, Multiple District 8 Louisiana Lions Camp is free for boys and girls of Louisiana with Mental and Physical Challenges, Diabetes, and Pulmonary Disorders"
http://www.lionscamp.org/html/camp_information.html

Camp Cosmo Adventure Camp"Camp Cosmo Adventure Camp provides an excellent opportunity for youth ages 10-16 who have diabetes to come together and have a great time! This year, campers will enjoy a week of fun at Camp Rimrock located west of Rapid City, SD (Transportation from Scottsbluff, NE will be provided). Come and meet new friends, learn new ways to manage diabetes, and most important: TO HAVE FUN!"
http://www.campcosmo.org/Adventure%20Camp.htm

YMCA Camp Dudley"YMCA Camp Dudley has offered exciting and meaningful summer camp programs for over 60 years. Out programs emphasize Caring, Honesty, Respect and Responsibility and are designed to provide each camper with "The Experience of a Lifetime!""
http://www.yakimaymca.org/campdudley/summerprograms.html

Lions Camp Merrick"Lions Camp Merrick is located on 320 acres in southern Maryland, on the shores of the Potomac River, about 40 miles south of our nations capital, Washington DC. Lions Camp Merrick provides week-long residential camping experiences for deaf, blind, and children with diabetes, ages 6 -16. Additionally the camp provides many shorter weekend retreats and day long sessions for related activities, including Scouting and 4-H."
http://www.lionscampmerrick.org/

Camp Kudzu"Camp Kudzu is a non-profit organization providing diabetic children with a positive camping and health education experience. Camp Kudzu is Georgia's only week-long camp providing medical management, health education, and most importantly, FUN for kids with diabetes."
http://www.campkudzu.org/

Camp Hodia"Camp Hodia is Idaho's only camp for children with diabetes. Located near beautiful Alturas Lake in the Sawtooth Mountains north of Sun Valley, Idaho, Camp Hodia offers an exciting experince for kids in the 2nd through the 6th grade. The camp was founded in 1978 by Don Scott, a pediatric nurse at St. Luke's Regional Medical Center, who is still camp director today"
http://www.whitestorm.com/camphodia/

Camp Floyd Rodgers"This is a place where children who have diabetes really belong. Here they can enjoy the unique benefits of a summer camping venture in a safe, caring environment that assures their medical needs will be met, all in an atmosphere of fun and friendship."
http://www.campfloydrogers.com/

Camp Carowanis"Founded in 1958, Camp Carowanis is a bilingual holiday and teaching center situated in Ste-Agathe-des-Monts, on the banks of the beautiful Lac Didi in the Laurentians. This camp for diabetic children provides"
http://pages.infinit.net/carowani/cc/Camp.html



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