DASA Summer Camps
Children with physical disabilities come together at our camps and create a fun and engaging social support system. Campers are encouraged to discover their natural abilities through athletic and sensory activities while instilling family values and promoting independence and self-confidence that resonates through all aspects of life.
DASA Summer Camps are well-known for being life-changing and inspiring, not just for the kids, but for the parents and family members of the campers too. We encourage disabled youth to join us and experience new adventures that create independence and lasting memories that go beyond anything they could’ve ever imagined!
Camp WeCanDu 2022
Camp WeCanDu returns on June 19-24, 2022! This camp provides an opportunity for local youth with physical disabilities to fully participate in a week-long, traditional summer camp experience loaded with fun activities and friendship. Children living with cerebral palsy, spinal cord injuries, visual impairments, and many other forms of physical disabilities come together for an unforgettable experience that enhances their ABILITIES and creates social bonds that last a lifetime.
WeiKem Soccer Camp
WeiKem Soccer Camp is BACK for 2022! WeiKem Soccer Camp provides a unified, positive soccer experience where an individual can learn the sport and be on the same “level playing field” as others that are deaf and hard of hearing.
Dates: July 15-17, 2022
More information forthcoming on the WeiKem Soccer Camp Webpage!
Questions or concerns – email the camp staff at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Mike Bush Fantasy Baseball Camp
Mike Bush Fantasy Baseball Camp is a fun, week-long baseball camp for children ages 7-14 who are deaf or hard of hearing. Participants will have opportunities to play baseball and enjoy other activities while meeting new friends!
At this time, Mike Bush Fantasy Baseball Camp is postponed indefinitely. As soon as we have more information we will post the information!
Donations & Sponsors
DASA Summer Camps take a small village to coordinate and run, not to mention the amount of funding needed to ensure every disabled child who wants to attend can do so. Your donations and sponsorships make it all possible.
Please donate and/or become a sponsor today and help us give kids the best summer camp experience possible while they achieve and revel in the joy of doing “normal” activities that inspire confidence and accentuate their abilities. Thank you for your support of DASA!