Camp Hawkins is a summer residential camp for children ages 8 to 21 with varying disabilities such as Cerebral Palsy, Down Syndrome, Attention Deficit Disorders, Learning disorders, brain injuries and/or 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. This ratio also allows for a close camper to counselor relationship, which makes it more comfortable for campers who have never been away from home.
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