Provides both formal & informal diabetes self-management education through the full time medical staff.
Swimming, arts and crafts, doctor dodgeball, diabetes education, and the chance to make new friends.
Offers a number of different specialty programs including Kids Camp, Teen Camps, Family Camps & Leadership Training programs. Provides a supportive community of peers & adults who understand the challenges of living with Diabetes.
Little Shots Day Camp ages 6-9; swimming, games, family picnic & awards ceremony, arts & crafts.
Sailing adventures in camping for older campers 12-17; half day tubing half day pontoon trip, low ropes & high ropes course, climbing wall, half day canoeing.
Rope course, horseback riding, scuba, swimming-in the 6 acre lake or 2 pools, canoeing, human powered boats, paved trails, a fully accessible treehouse & a dance. Ages 8-13 Duration: 1 week
Children, grouped by age and activities, are supervised by trained certified health professionals and counselors.
Experienced personnel include a complete medical staff of pediatric endocrinologists, physician assistants, registered nurses and registered dietitians, many of whom are also certified diabetes educators.
Camp Casey offers motivation, inspiration and education to children with diabetes.
Certified diabetes educators serve as on-site staff, including nurses, dietitians and other healthcare professionals. At specific times each day, staff members test the campers’ blood sugar and provide snacks
a non-intimidating place to expand your knowledge of diabetes while making new friends and creating experiences you’ll be telling other people about for years to come.
Campers are taught diabetes self management skills in a fun, interactive, safe environment. Program includes water activities, arts & crafts, nature activities, along with medical education & self knowledge.
Kids will enjoy a full range of camp activities and day trips, plus insulin management, glucose monitoring and nutritional guidance under the direction of medical professionals.
Activities include sports (soccer, Frisbee golf, basketball, etc), waterslides, archery, cave tours, campfires, a challenge course and so much more.
The camp provides a learning experience in the art of coping with diabetes in the company of other children who face similar challenges each day.
Provides educational information and referral services for children with diabetes and their families.