Camp Pride is a summer camp for youth between the ages of 14 through 21 who are still in high school and are blind or visually impaired. The camp is located in rural New Durham, New Hampshire.
ABC’s Camp Pride is a place where those who are blind or visually impaired can participate in an accessible educational curriculum that will help prepare them for the world of work through exploration of career options and workplace skill development. Participants will improve social skills while participating in recreational and leisure activities. Camp Pride is a place where youth gain confidence while working together with their peers and being mentored by successful blind adults. Most of all it is a place where youth discover endless possibilities. In addition, traditional camp activities offered during the evening provide fun, while teaching independence and increasing confidence, the building blocks for personal success.
ABC s Camp Pride will be held from Sunday, August 7 to Saturday, August 13, 2016. Please contact your vocational rehabilitation counselor and ask for this training opportunity to be funded by your state agency. Ground transportation is available from Manchester, New Hampshire airport, as needed. Air Transportation assistance may be available from your vocational agency. Visit the Association of Blind Citizens at www.blindcitizens.org or contact us at 781-961-1023. Our email address is email@example.com.
Students will be housed in cabins with bath and shower facilities. All meals will be served at the dining hall prepared by professional staff. The camp is equipped with WiFi, access to a private lake for water activities, additional traditional camp activities and evening programs will be available.