The Journey Through Diagnosis: A guide for families of children with a genetic condition

This guide provides information and support to families whose child has been identified with a genetic condition. The guide is written from the family perspective and covers a variety of topics, including emotions, family relationships, obtaining information and support, medical care, medical insurance, and finding your voice.
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Camp Sunshine

Camp Sunshine offers people age 12-50 with mild to moderate cognitive impairments the opportunity to attend summer camp in a safe, caring and inclusive environment. Campers are paired 1:1 with a counselor buddy.
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Challenge Mountain

Challenge Mountain offers a wide variety of opportunities that continue to enrich lives and empower individuals living with disabilities through year-round adaptive recreation. All programming is centered on having fun, making and sustaining friendships, building confidence and independence and most importantly, fostering positive and hopeful expectations for living life with a disability. At Challenge Mountain, participants gain personal fulfillment through a sense of accomplishment and a feeling of acceptance which translates positively into their everyday lives.
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Camp Quality Care

Camp Quality Michigan is a non-profit organization whose mission is to serve children with cancer and their families by providing year-round programs, experiences, and companionship, at no cost. Camp Quality promotes hope and inspiration while helping children foster life skills and develop their full potential.
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Camp Tall Tree

Provides a traditional summer camp experience for campers with Autism & 22q Deletion Syndrome in Main Camp (ages 7-17), young adults with special needs in Explorers Camp (ages 13-25), a unique program for Siblings of kids with needs (ages 7-17), and a new Peers program.
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Cannonsburg Challenged Ski Association

Cannonsburg Challenged Ski Association (CCSA) provides lessons and the use of adaptive downhill ski equipment to people with disabilities in West Michigan at the Cannonsburg Ski Area. By developing the unique abilities of each skier, CCSA fosters a level of self confidence that carries over into other aspects of life. Participants learn to do things they thought were impossible.
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Camp ALEC

Camp ALEC is a literacy camp for children with physical disabilities who use AAC devices to communicate. The camp offers regular recreational activities and also daily work on literacy- related activities taught by educational specialists. Offers 1 on 1 care if needed.
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