Therapy Programs for Children

Therapy Programs for Children

Our carefully designed intensive therapy programs offer individualized goal-centered treatment plans for our campers. Adam’s Camp’s specialized therapists help your child achieve significant milestones while participating in occupational, physical, speech, music, and art therapies daily.
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Adventure Camp for Youth

Adventure Camps for Youth

Imagine your child’s joy soaring down a zipline, hitting a bulls-eye, navigating through the Colorado River rapids, or exploring all metro Denver has to offer. Sound like an ADVENTURE your child would like to have?
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Respite and support for families

Respite & Support for Families

Adam’s Camp’s specialized programs are not only for children with special needs, we offer activities and support for moms, dads, and siblings to unwind and re-energize in a supportive and caring environment.

Our Programs


Adam’s Camp offers a variety of therapeutic and adventure programs for special needs infants through young adults and their families. All activities and types of therapies focus on each child’s specific strengths and assets, providing coordinated, outcome-based treatment.

Register for Camp


Are you ready to have the time of your life while watching your child grow, thrive, gain independence, and succeed? Register for our Therapy and Adventure camps.




Work/Volunteer at Camp


Working at a camp provides a unique opportunity for volunteers, counselors, therapists and other professionals interested in meaningful, challenging work.



Adam’s Camp Highlights

Hoops for Hope a Slam Dunk
The third annual Hoops for Hope was a smashing success with a mix of competitive basketball, silly fun, great music, and the chance to showcase the talents of some terrific campers. Our campers were joined by sponsors, providers from our long-time partner, Partners in Pediatrics, as well as Tom Nalen, Bill Hanzlik, Drew Goodman, Walter Davis, Jim Benemann and others. Mark Johnson, KOA’s Voice of the Buffs and Blake Olson from Altitude Sports called the game. Special performances by the Peak Athletics Cheer Stars and Dance Stars topped off the fun. With hundreds in attendance, lots of money was raised for Adam’s Camp but the profusion of smiles was the best gift of the day.
 

Jay L. Clark Joins Adam’s Camp Team
Following a 4 month search with over 70 applicants, Jay Clark was selected as the next leader of Adam’s Camp. Clark begins his work as Executive Director on March 10 as long-time Executive Director, Karel Horney retires from that role but transitions into the role of founder and ambassador. Karel said, “Jay’s strong belief in family, his collaborative and compassionate leadership style, and his desire to learn and serve make him a natural fit with our Adam’s Camp family.”  Welcome, Jay!

 

 

 

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