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Summer Camps 2015: Special Needs 

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Camp No Limits| Traditional summer camp for children who have suffered limb loss, hosted at the Camp Cross facilities on Lake CdA. July 19-22. Ages vary. $500 (assistance available). nolimitsfoundation.org 207-240-5762

Camp Chmepa| A traditional sleep-away camp for children who are grieving the death of someone close to them. Hosted by Hospice of Spokane, at Camp Lutherhaven facilities. Ages 7-15. June 24-26. Free; families must apply to attend. hospiceofspokane.org 456-0438

Successful Stuttering Management Camp| A 3-week course offering both individual and group therapy to meet the needs of each participant. June 22-July 10. At EWU Cheney. Cost TBA. ssmpmanual.com 701-2140

Camp Goodtimes| A traditional camp experience for children with cancer or who have survived a diagnosis. Activities include Zags Day, archery, sports, swimming, boating, crafts, campfires and more. Ages 7-17. July 6-10; day and resident options. At YMCA Camp Reed. Free. campreed.org 720-5630

Camp STIX| Children with diabetes enjoy a week of traditional camp activities including rock climbing, archery, zip-lining, swimming, campfires and more. Ages 8-18. July 12-18, at Riverview Bible Camp. $450. campstix.org 484-1366

Champ Camp| Youth with special needs can experience traditional sleep-away camp activities including swimming, hikes, arts and crafts and more in a faith-based setting. Ages 8+. June 21-26 and July 26-31. $279-$379 lutherhaven.com

Funshine Day Camp| A day camp designed for children and adults living with developmental and/or physical disabilities, offering recreational activities such as swimming, sports, games, field trips and more. Weekly sessions offered June 22-Aug. 7, Mon-Fri, 10 am-3:30 pm. Adult session (ages 18 and up) offered July 20-24. $149/week. spokaneparks.org

Camp Journey| A sleep-away camp experience at Ross Point camp facility catering to children diagnosed with cancer, and offering traditional camp activities such as swimming, arts and crafts, archery, boating and more. Resident camp Aug. 2-8 (ages 7-17) and day camp Aug. 3-6 (ages 5-7). No cost. 509-863-7379

Beats and Rhythms| A resident camp at Ross Point camp facility for children with congenital heart disease or other heart defects. Campers swim, hike and do traditional camp activities under medical supervision. Ages 10-16. Aug. 13-16. beatsandrhythms.org 474-5144

Imagine Behavioral Camp| A summer program for children with developmental disabilities, accepting Medicaid or private pay. June 15-Aug. 21. In CdA, at 7905 Meadowlark Way. 208-762-1250

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