V-LINC offers a week-long, day camp for children with and without disabilities. One week is for children ages 7-14. Our second session is for youth ages 15 to 21. Camp features activities that promote creativity, independent thinking, presentation skills, and building life skills in a friendly, respectful and structured environment. The youth session aims to help prepare campers for their transition to adulthood.
Each day is structured and may include field trips to places such as The National Aquarium, speakers, and creative activities. Campers document each days’ activities using cameras, iPads or camcorders, and each has an individualized learning plan to achieve learning goals.
"The combination of computer work, small group work, and field trips is fabulous! I really have no suggestions for improvement as this is a wonderful camp!" – Pam (a parent)
2016 Camp Sessions
Session 1: June 27 - July 1 (for children 7 to 14 years old)
Session 2: August 1 - August 5 (for youth 15 to 21)
Registration is on a first-come, first-served basis and siblings are welcome.
- $295 per camper + a $100 fee for any child with a disability to cover a pre-camp consultation (for individualization of euqipment and materials) Former campers may not need to be re-assessed.
- $295 per camper with no disabilities.
- $ 50 discount for siblings
- WE HAVE SOME CAMPERSHIPS for families who cannot afford the full camp fee; please contact our office if you want to discuss this.
Campers: either with a disability or typically developing
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Interested in volunteering or working during one or more of the camp sessions this summer?
Junior Counselor: A great way for 15-17 year olds to gain volunteer experience working with technology and children. Learn more.
Counselor: 18 years old or older. Teachers, SLPs, OTs, PTs and those with experience working w/people with disabilities. Interested? Learn more
“Camp… allowed [my son] to be a part of a team … without being singled out for being different." -- Bonny (parent)
"I can’t wait for you to see my pictures and hear my own music." – Camper