Caglewood is a Special Needs Camping Program that serves individuals with
developmental disabilities through active programming that provides enhanced life experiences, personal development, and respite opportunities. Caglewood fosters the core development of those we serve by engaging them in activities designed to promote independence and confidence. Caglewood's programming inspires spiritual and social development through communion with nature. A camping trip with Camp Caglewood consists of counselor planned and led activities, crafts, devotionals, hiking, camping, swimming, and various forms of physical therapy and adaptive skills training.
Caglewood is designed for both children and adults diagnosed with developmental disabilities including the autism spectrum, PDD, down syndrome, and cerebral palsy. Parents and caregivers send their loved ones to camp for respite care, and independence growth. Trips in 2010 will be fresh and will each be themed based on time of year and destination. Check out the schedule to see the new destinations and join us on one of our exciting trips.
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Camp Caglewood Events
Heading out on Friday, rafting the Nantahala on Saturday, and heading back on Sunday