Camps for Young People with Disabilities
Next Steps at Vanderbilt Summer Institute is a college transition program for rising high school juniors, seniors, and young adults with intellectual or developmental disabilities from age 17 up to the age of 25. This is a week-long residential program that will provide exposure to postsecondary education. Students will be given the opportunity to experience a college campus and to develop a broader understanding of the Next Steps at Vanderbilt postsecondary education program and other similar programs across the country.
Dates: June 17-22, 2018
Campers: rising high school juniors, seniors, and young adults with intellectual or developmental disabilities up to the age of 25. Minimum age is 17.
Cost: $1,250. Need-based scholarships are available for students enrolling in the Next Steps 4-year certificate program.
The Vanderbilt Children’s Hospital camp directory provides information on summer programs for children with chronic illnesses and disabilities. Most of the camps and programs listed are in the Middle Tennessee region. National camps serving children with chronic conditions are included for some specific conditions.
Please visit the Vanderbilt Children’s Hospital Camp Directory for more information.