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Jazmin Garcia Administrative & Program Assistant San Diego Adaptive Sports Foundation firstname.lastname@example.org (619) 336-9571
Tues. August 7th - Wed. August 8th at:
North Crown Point Shores Park
3709 Corona Oriente Rd.,
San Diego, CA 92109
Thurs. August 9th - Sat. August 11th at:
Southwestern Community College
900 Otay Lakes Rd. . Chula Vista, CA 91910
FAQ's - Jr. WCSC 2012
(Preguntas Frecuentes – Campamento de deportes)
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The camp's goal is to help establish the building blocks of an active life through the introduction of adaptive sports and recreation!
What: Campers, ages 4-18 years old, will be introduced to a variety of adaptive sports including softball, basketball, tennis, rugby, archery, bocce ball, kayaking, water ski, sailing, yoga, handcycling, and much more!
Dates & Time: August 7th - 11th, 2012 (9:00 am- 4:00 pm)
Tuesday & Wednesday, Aug. 7th & 8th
at North Crown Point Shores Park
3709 Corona Oriente Rd.
San Diego, CA 92109
Thursday - Saturday, Aug. 9th - 11th
at Southwestern Community College
900 Otay Lakes Road
Chula Vista, CA 91910.
Cost: $200. Scholarships are available for those families who demonstrate a need.
Transportation: Provided at 5 pick-up points throughout San Diego County for an additional fee of $75
FAMILY DAY: Saturday, August 11th ( 9:00 am - 3:00 pm)Family and friends are invited to attend our BBQ lunch and to check out all the great sports their camper is experiencing at camp!
(No transportation is available on Family Day, Saturday, Aug. 11th, 2012)
FAQS – Jr. Wheelchair Sports Camp
Jr. Wheelchair Sports Camp is designed for children (ages 4 to 18) with a permanent physical disability such as cerebral palsy, spina bifida, amputation, muscular dystrophy, spinal cord injury, etc. The sports camp most benefits an individual with some use of their arms to push a wheelchair but we are able to accommodate in the case of limited ability. Please contact Jon Richards, Program Director at (619) 336-2764 to discuss your child’s individual needs. We are always looking for more campers so please let your friends know about this wonderful opportunity.
Children with a physical disability can often walk with braces, canes or crutches and don’t use a wheelchair on a daily basis. However, they may lack the ability to fully participate in regular sports because they cannot run and jump as quickly as their able bodied counterparts. One way to participate in adaptive sports is to use a wheelchair or other adaptive equipment. Many of our campers walk during their day at school but come to our programs and play fast and furiously in the world of adaptive sports using a wheelchair. We have specially designed sports wheelchairs for our campers to use while they are at camp and throughout the year if they participate in our year round programs.
Yes, we have professional nursing staff available throughout the day for first aide and other medical needs. Our nursing staff also handles medications and assistance in toileting.
Yes, we encourage campers who are not able to push their own wheelchair or need extra assistance with personal needs to bring their own aide or attendant. These aides must be at least 16 years old and must complete all of the waivers for our camp.
Campers ages are 4 to 18. Campers are placed in groups based on age and, for teen campers, by gender. If your child is outside that age range and you think they should participate please contact Jon Richards, Program Director at (619) 336-2764 to discuss your child’s individual needs.
Camp runs five days, Tuesday through Saturday, from 9:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.
The locations are:
Tuesday & Wednesday, August 7-8, 2012:
North Crown Point Shores in Mission Bay
3709 Corona Oriente Road
San Diego, CA 92109
Thursday, Friday & Saturday, August 9-11, 2012:
900 Otay Lakes Rd.
Chula Vista, CA 91910
Yes, we have bus transportation available from five locations in San Diego County for an additional fee of $75.
Transportation Pick up points:
North County Coastal - McDonalds, 1701 Oceanside Blvd., Oceanside
North County Inland – Macy’s at North County Fair, Escondido
Central County – Lindbergh-Schweitzer Elementary School, San Diego
East County – Border’s Books at Parkway Plaza, El Cajon
South County – Costco at Gateway Center & Market Street, San Diego
Yes, your camper will be fed a nutritional lunch each day. Vegetarian options are available. Water is provided throughout the day. On the final day we have a big barbecue lunch for the camper and their family.
Yes. While we encourage all campers to attend the full week of camp to get the most benefit, we recognize that sometimes there are scheduling conflicts. Please contact our office at (619) 336-9571 to discuss your needs.
The camp fee is $200 per camper, plus $75 for bus transportation if requested. Scholarships are available for those demonstrating a need.
Yes, scholarships are available to any camper with financial need. We never deny participation to any athlete because of an inability to pay. Please request our scholarship form when you apply or call (619) 336-9571 for more information.
We prefer that campers be given the opportunity to experience camp on their own. We find that this provides them the extra degree of independence that we are working towards. Our counselors, coaches, nurses and volunteers are well experienced in the needs of campers with physical disabilities and should be able to handle any situation that arises. If your child requires an attendant because of particular issues then you may arrange to participate in that way. On Saturday we invite the whole family to come and watch while your camper demonstrates all that they have learned over the week, showing their new skills, friendships and independence.
On the final day of camp, Saturday, August 11, we invite the whole family to come and watch their camper demonstrate all that they have learned over the week, showing their new skills, friendships and independence. There are sports rotations in the morning, followed by a barbecue lunch for everyone and a closing ceremony presentation of sports demonstrations and a power point photo display of highlights from the camp.
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Yes! We have ongoing programs throughout the year and would love to have our campers join these after their camp experience is over. Our programs are always growing and evolving but we have a basic schedule. In September we begin our Wheelchair Basketball season with seven different teams for ages from 4 years to adults. We also have seasons for Indoor Wheelchair Soccer, Power Soccer, Quad Rugby, Handcycling and more. Additionally, we hold one to two day events and clinics throughout the year. Please go to our website www.sdasf.org and click on Programs for more information or contact Jon Richards, Program Director at (619) 336-2764.
Yes! Our programs go from ages 4 years through adult. We have a competitive adult wheelchair basketball team in addition to other recreational teams and handcycling events. We also work with the Naval Medical Center at Balboa Hospital and the Veterans Administration to provide programs for Wounded Warriors. Please go to our website www.sdasf.org and click on Programs for more information or contact Jon Richards, Program Director at (619) 336-2764.
No. While the Jr. Wheelchair Sports Camp serves ages 4 to 18 years, we also offer other programs for all ages. Additionally, many of our adult athletes volunteer at the Jr. Wheelchair Sports Camp as sports coaches or counselors. Please go to our website www.sdasf.org and click on Programs for more information or contact Jon Richards, Program Director at (619) 336-2764.
Yes, we depend on volunteers! If you would like to volunteer at camp or any of our other programs please go to our volunteer page on our website: www.sdasf.org
Yes! Please go to our Donations page on our website and find out about the many ways you can support our programs: www.sdasf.org