If you intend coming to camp as a helper, PLEASE PLEASE get in touch and let us know as soon as possible. We can only accept campers (disabled participants) once we are certain we have enough helpers to look after them.
If no one lets us know until a couple of weeks before, there will be no camp!
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Author: Disabled World - Contact: Oakhurst operated by the New York Service for the Handicapped serves children and adults with physical disabilities.
Camp Oakhurst is accredited by the American Camping Association and licensed by the New Jersey State Department of Health.
Everyone, including children and adults who have physical disabilities, needs a vacation away from home.
Camp Oakhurst gives campers with disabilities a fun-filled summer vacation in a place where it's easy to participate in activities, make friends, feel accepted, and gain independence.
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Comments are moderated and will not appear until approved. NOTE: We do not verify information posted in the comment section. At summer camp special needs students teach us about the important things, innovation, persistence, courage to overcome obstacles, joy, laughter, patience and compassion Citation: Disabled World. It is the mission of Christikon to awaken and nurture faith in Christ – exploring God’s creation and the adventure of life together.Located along the scenic New Jersey Atlantic coast (55 miles from New York City), serves individuals with disabilities that effect movement, coordination, and stamina.Children and adults with Cerebral Palsy, Muscular Dystrophy, Post Polio, Osteogenesis Imperfecta and similar conditions attend our programs. The first six weeks are for children and teenagers between the ages of eight and nineteen.They have the option of attending for two, four, or six weeks. Campers are grouped according to age, not disability.