The 92nd Street Y's Camp Bari Tov is a summer recreational program for children with severe developmental disabilities who require one to one supervision.
Children travel to the Henry Kaufmann Campgrounds in Pearl River (Rockland County), New York on air-conditioned coach buses equipped with lavatories. They participate in a variety of camp activities including swimming, adaptive sports, art, music, nature, and playground time. On Fridays, Bari Tov goes on trips to such destinations as the beach, a small zoo, amusement parks, bowling, etc.
Counselors and specialists have a strong background in special education and are committed to providing each child with a positive and rewarding summer experience.
Camp registration cannot be processed online. To register a child for Camp Bari Tov, parents must first complete an intake form (
http://www.92y.org/content/pdf/IntakeformBariTov.pdf), and the family will have an interview with the camp director to assess the child's suitability for the program.
For more information, call the number listed above or fill out the form located at
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