Therapeutic Camps for all of South Carolina

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Therapeutic Camps
Address:44-A Markfield Drive
Charleston, SC 29407
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800-586-4872 Toll Free
Description:The American Lung Association provides smoking clinics, asthma camp, education programs for people with lung disease and information on lung cancer, tuberculosis, emphysema and A1AD related emphysema, pneumonia, sarcoidosis, HIV/AIDS and lung diseases and influenza. The Call Center is staff by Registered Nurses and Respiratory Therapists. The Call Center Staff have extensive experience in the health care industry.
Address:PO Box 5226
Columbia, SC 29250
Description:This is a weeklong, overnight camp for children with diabetes, their siblings and friends ages 6-17. The children participate in a variety of activities and learn about nutrition and health. Health professionals serve as volunteer medical staff while the camp is in session. The camp does offer scholarships and financial aid for those would like to attend camp. Please call for more information.

(South Carolina Department of Health and Environmental Control)
Address:2100 Bull Street
Columbia, SC 29201
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Description:This summer camp is for children who have physical disabilities and chronic illnesses. It is located in Wedgefield, SC. Camp Burnt Gin accepts boys and girls from South Carolina who are 7 through 19 years of age and have a physical disability or chronic illness. The disabilities of the campers may include such conditions as; cerebral palsy, spina bifida, cystic fibrosis, hearing impairments, heart disease, sickle cell anemia, seizures, cleft lip and palate, endocrine disorders, amputations, burns, head and spinal cord injuries. Camper applications can be obtained from the camp director, any county health department or Children's Rehabilitative Services Clinic throughout the state of South Carolina. All children must provide a physician's approval and physical exam as a part of their application for camp.
Address:P.O. Box 31295
Charleston, SC 29417
Description:Provides camp to children with serious illnesses, life challenges, and disabilities. Also brings camp experiences to children in hospitals. Encourages siblings to be involved.
Address:P.O. Box 85
Heath Springs, SC 29058
Description:Provides support for children with Type 1 Diabetes including summer camps in Marietta and Batesburg-Leesville, support for college students and enhanced school support.