ARCh Camp Pow Wow has been providing outdoor recreational opportunities for adults and children with disabilities. As one of the first camps in the area for people with disabilities, Camp Pow Wow remains committed to accommodating all needs!
ARCh offers one-of-a-kind programs that make a difference for everyone in our communities.
Children and Adults with Disabilities Experience Summer Camp
Parents' Anxiety is Reduced
Adults with Disabilities Become More Independent
Families Have Peace of Mind for the Future
The Community is Served
Teens Learn to be Leaders
Adults with Disabilities Experience Community Life
Our Communities are Safer
Lives and Money are Saved
Menomonee Falls, WI 53051
Camp Shalom - which means "peace" - is the summer day camp of the Jewish Federation of Madison. Its Jewish environment is welcoming to all elementary and middle school-age children and provides a safe, nurturing, and fun experience.
Camp encourages campers to experience a wide variety of activities through programming designed to stimulate and educate. Full and partial financial need scholarships may be available.
6434 Enterprise Lane
Madison, WI 53719-1117
Through our partnership with Variety - the Children's Charity of Wisconsin, graduate speech pathology students and other student volunteers and instructors host this overnight camp for children with special needs who use assistive communication devices and their immediate family members.
ConfiDANCE is a welcoming and inclusive dance program. Our goal is to provide people of diverse abilities a place to gain confidence, develop new skills, and build new relationships, through music and movement. We believe everyone should have a chance to dance!
The Dandy Dancers are a long-standing group of special needs adults who get together once a month for a night of music, dancing, socializing, and healthy snacking. The dance is coordinated by volunteers committed to providing a positive social activity that participants look forward to each month. Each dance has a theme, such as New Year’s, Valentine’s Day, St. Patrick’s Day, Spring, Prom, Sports Day, Sock Hop, etc. There is a $5 entry fee for Dancers. The dances are held at Westminster Presbyterian Church, 4100 Nakoma Road, Madison, WI. Email Maryjo.firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
The best way to know if you like a program is to give it a try! We want all swimmers to be comfortable, happy, and safe when they swim. We offer a risk free trial lesson for all new swimmers. If you are happy with your lesson we can get you enrolled and continue with our program. If you are unsatisfied we will help you find the right fit. We are about water safety and building strong swimmers!
Our Down To Box classes are adapted for individuals ages 16 and older with intellectual/developmental disabilities, such as Down syndrome and Autism. Our amazing instructors and volunteers provide 45 min high energy boxing and fitness classes, providing tools to gain skills in coordination, self-defense and physical fitness through boxing techniques. Always wanted to box? Here’s your chance… join us for a class and try us out! Classes are Tuesdays 6:30pm-7:30pm Interested? Questions? Call 608-425-0008 or Email email@example.com
Imagine a place where campers with disabilities are free to be themselves and valued for it. Where they are able to try new things and make new friends in an accessible, inclusive, and fun environment. Campers of all ages and abilities can challenge themselves, set goals and accomplish them – making the most of their camp experience. In this relaxed environment, families and caregivers can be confident their loved one is safe and taken care of, and in return, they receive a respite. Campers will have the time of their lives at a place they’ll never forget.
Easterseals Wisconsin has many different camps, all designed for campers with disabilities to have and share experiences they have never had before. There are multiple platforms of services and a large array of camps for families and campers to choose from.
Madison, WI 53717
The Edgerton Youth Soccer Association (EYSA) is an independent program operated by volunteers who have a passion for the sport as well as creating a positive learning environment for its players. Edgerton youth soccer welcomes all levels of ability.