Camp Hawkins is a summer residential camp for youth ages 8-21 coping with varying developmental disabilities such as Cerebral Palsy, Down Syndrome, Attention Deficit Disorders, Learning disorders, Autism, brain injuries and/or other developmental delays.
Camp Hawkins sessions last for five days and serve up to 20 campers each week. Staff to camper ratio is one-to-one to insure that the needs of each camper are met. Registered nurses are on site at all times and staff members are trained and CPR certified. In addition to camper attention and support, special dietary needs are accommodated as well.
Camp Hawkins currently offers multiple sessions throughout the summer in both Mt. Airy, GA (north Georgia) and Baxley, GA (south Georgia)
With recent statistics showing there are more than 4,000 special needs children in Georgia, Camp Hawkins provides an invaluable service to many families across the state. At Camp Hawkins, campers have the opportunity to swim, canoe, and participate in variety shows, arts and crafts, Bible Study and "Messy Games." All of Camp Hawkins programs can be adapted to different levels suitable, yet challenging, for each camper.
Requirements for Campers:
- Campers must be between the ages of 8 and 21 years.
- Camp is designed for campers with various disabilities including, but not limited to:
- Down's Syndrome
- Traumatic Brain Injury
- Attention Deficit-Hyperactivity Disorder - Cerebral Palsy
- Learning Disorders, and/ or developmental delays.
- Must be a resident of the state of Georgia.
This program is not designed for children with a primary diagnosis of emotional disturbance or behavioral disorders.
For More Information, contact:
Camp Hawkins Director