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Upcoming Summer Camps and Activities you don't want to miss:
Lydia Cox Memorial Bike Camp
Week One: June 1-5 in Sunset Hills, MO
Week Two: June 8-12 in Edwardsville, IL
The DSAGSL is proud to partner with the Lydia Faith Cox
Family Foundation for the 10th year to host the iCan Shine bike camp. This camp teaches individuals ages 8 and up to learn to ride a two wheeled bike. This can be a life changing opportunity for families and individuals who might struggle to learn to bike in a conventional manner. We are excited to offer TWO weeks this year! Complete your registration forms today, click here.
Football Camp for the Stars
Save the Date for another Football Camp with the Stars brought to
you by the DSAGSL. Over 20 young men had a blast while learning
football skills and touchdown moves with local players, including
members of the St. Louis Rams! Camp this year will be at Vianney
TREE House of Greater St. Louis
TREE House of Greater St. Louis is excited to offer three
inclusionary summer camp experiences for children ages 5 to 17
with and without disabilities. Camp Champ is a great blend
between therapeutic and recreational activities for your child ages
5 to 13 to learn, grow, make new friends, and learn new and interesting skills! Space is limited, so register online here, today!
Team Activities for Special Kids (TASK)
TASK has a variety of awesome programs for children with special
needs. More information on bowling, tennis and fitness can be found on the TASK Website. They also have summer camps for all ages. Reserve your spot for camp now, click here!
The St. Louis Arc
The St. Louis Arc offers a tremendous amount of opportunities for
individuals with developmental disabilities, from residential and
employment services to leisure activities. Visit the St. Louis Arc
Website to take a look at the leisure activities currently happening and check back often for summer programs.
Stages St. Louis
St. Louis offers the incredible Access the Arts program for
individuals wih physical, intellectual, and developmental delays. it
brings the beauty of the arts to all young people. This summer's performance is 101 Dalmatians. Stages also offers a variety of ongoing programs in music, dance and theater!
Recreation Council of Greater St. Louis
The Recreation Council not only offers their own amazing summer
opportunities but also puts together an excellent Summer Opportunities Guide that covers everything from overnight camps to daily activities for individuals with developmental disabilities in St. Louis City, St. Louis County and St. Charles County. Don't wait, register now!