Attend one of the best times of the summer, and one campers will always remember. Experience all of the fun of outdoor activities while learning valuable lessons on positive diabetes management. An action-packed week of activities including crafts, games, sports, swimming and more. Campers ages 4 to 12 and CITs (counselors-in-training) teens ages 13-17 can volunteer and learn to practice leadership skills under the supervision of adult counselors. Additionally, parent conferences are led by health professionals who provide up-to-date information on diabetes related topics. A Vendor Fair offers families the opportunity to see the latest equipment, products, and suppliers on the market.
New Horizons registration fee: $115 campers (fee waived for CITs)
Aurora registration fee: $150 (fee waived for Cook Children patients and CITs)
Scholarships are available.
The American Diabetes Association camping program is made possible by Cook’s Children, Lion’s Club, Lions Club, Novo Nordisk, Children’s Medical Center of Dallas, Texas Tech School of Pharmacy, Eli Lilly, Jr. League of Ft. Worth and many more.
Camp New Horizons North – June 9-13, 2014
Camp New Horizons South – June 16-20, 2014
Camp Aurora – June 23-27, 2014
YMCA Camp Carter
6200 Sand Springs
Fort Worth, Texas 76114
June 23-27, 2014
Registration is Full
Camp Aurora is now full for campers, CIT’s, and siblings, however, we are still accepting applications for our waitlist. To be added to the waitlist for possible openings, please complete the online application at www.diabetes.org/adacampaurora or send an email to Andrea Brashier, LMSW, at email@example.com. You must select a payment option in order for the application to be submitted. Select “Pay Entire Balance by Check” but do not mail a check. If space becomes available, you will be contacted and payment can be made at that time.
Camper Fee: $150 (fee waived for Cook Children’s Hospital patients)
Thank you for inquiring about American Diabetes Association Camp Aurora and supporting the American Diabetes Association.