The Marvin Weissglass Camp for children with special needs provides an educational, creative, socially and emotionally safe environment for children and teens with special needs that are not able to meet the socialization demands of traditional day camps. Children experience a full day of recreational activities, including daily swimming, sports, arts and crafts, music, boating, karate, cheerleading, pioneering, special event days and more. The program also includes weekly trips to places like Keansburg Amusement Park and Fun Time America.
The Weissglass Camp employs a dedicated staff which receives special training in working with children with special needs. Our small groups and low camper to counselor ratio enables us to provide excellent care and attention to each camper.
The camp is committed to providing children with a positive and enriching day camp experience and to enhancing the camper�s activities of daily living.
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