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Essex County, Verona NJ Special Needs Youth Summer Basketball Camp
Easy location, full air conditioned, parent viewing and seating area, lunch and featuring 2 full sized basketball courts. We will have full and exclusive use of this great basketball venue. Register Now at the Bottom of this Page
A Fun Filled Week of Basketball for Boys & Girls, Ages 8-21 who are challenged with Autism, ADD, ADHD, Epilepsy, Learning Disabilities and other childhood issues.
Our 15th YEAR in New Jersey
Where: Verona Recreation Center 880 Bloomfield Ave Verona, NJ (see on map/get directions)
When: August 10 – 14th – Daily 9:30 – 3:00
Staff: We feature a staff comprised of special needs teachers who have staffed our camp for many years. Additionally, we are benefitted with adult volunteers who love kids and understand special needs. Those volunteers come from major NJ companies including Eisai Pharmaceutical who has helped our camp for many years.
Cost: $ 350.00 for the week. Credit Cards are accepted – a $75.00 deposit is required to reserve your space and the balance is due and payable by June 30, 2020. – Partial scholarships may be available, please call for info.
The camp will be held at the Verona Recreation Center (fully air-conditioned), a lunchroom is available and there is always a Full-Time Nurse on Staff and present during camp.
Space is limited – This camp has been filled in prior years, please guarantee your space by registering early. If the camp fills, a wait-list will be established.
Each child receives a camp basketball, camp T-shirt and at the end of the camp a special merit award.
Special Speakers appear during the week to excite and inspire every camper.
Contact Us at 855-997-3900 Request Info
THIS CAMP WILL FILL UP FAST, PLEASE REGISTER EARLY
Register Now at the Bottom of this Page.
“Mighty Mike” Simmel and The Bounce Out the Stigma Project manage and run a camp like no other. A truly special camp where all kids can feel truly at ease without the traditional camp pressures. Children discover new skills, new friends and inner confidence in how much they can accomplish when given the opportunity.