Camps, Retreats & Scholarships
CAMPS AND RETREATS
FACES CAMP - A camp for youth with facial differences ages 6-17
Each summer, FACES Camp helps children with facial differences foster independence by engaging socially and making friends with other children experiencing similar medical issues. The camp features typical camp activities including talent nights, arts and crafts, archery, canoeing, ropes course, zip line, rock wall climbing, hiking, swimming, horseback riding and more.
ConnectMed Camp Cosmos
ConnectMed strives to support the psychosocial health of our patients with congenital and acquired conditions in the long term, especially through Camp Cosmos. Our Camp Cosmos events foster self-acceptance and self-esteem for patients and networking opportunities for their families that, we hope, improve quality of life for that community.
CCA Annual Family Retreat & Educational Symposium
Held each June to provide individuals affected by a facial difference, their siblings and parents an opportunity to interact with others who have endured similar experiences. The unique weekend retreat allows families to share ideas, problems and solutions and make life-long friendships.
Ear Community Annual Family Picnic
Ear Community hosts picnics every year around the world helping bring Microtia and Atresia families together.
Camp Reflections of Harbor Camps
Camp Reflections for kids with cleft/craniofacial differences and their siblings is one week long and serves youth ages 8 through 16. They are located in New Hampshire and campers are welcome from all over! Camp Reflections is part of the non-profit Harbor Camps, whose mission is to provide camps for youth and families of specific populations that may often feel marginalize. Their camps build confidence, resilience, community, and offer a place where campers can be their authentic selves. In addition to Camp Reflections, Harbor Camps runs Camp Aranu'tiq for transgender and non-binary youth & families and Camp Seneb for youth with skeletal dysplasia and their siblings.
Moebius Syndrome National Conference
Moebius Syndrome Foundation will present its 14th Biennial National Conference, taking place at Marriott Minneapolis Northwest on July 23-25, 2021. This conference will include an exclusive Scientific Research Symposium on July 22, 2021, and then offer a three-day conference for families and individuals affected by Moebius syndrome.
Free from the confines of disease, illness or disability, children discover that they can just be kids! How does this happen? Victory Junction is a medically safe, yet exhilarating camp, that challenges children who have a serious medical condition to try things they never imagined possible.
About Face Camp Trailblazers - Ontario
Living with a facial difference can sometimes be a challenging experience, and it is important that children with facial differences know that they are not along in their journey. Camp Trailblazers provides a space where children ages 8-17 with facial differences can foster vital friendships with peers, learn how to self-advocate, and gain confidence and self-esteem.
About Face Adult Retreat - Ontario
The Adult Retreat has a wide range of activities catering to all adults with facial differences, ages 18 years and older! The location changes from year-to-year and the retreat provides the opportunity to connect with peers from the facial difference community, build bonds, and have fun.
About Faces Family Camp - Ontario
Family Camp provides vital networking and growth opportunities by helping to build strong, unique support systems within the facial difference community. Each year, camp is held in various locations across Canada and affected families are eligible to attend.
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