Play and friendship is good for everyone and ALL children! People with disabilities have differences from those without, but they also share LOTS of similarities, too. At K.A.R.E. Camp, we encourage learning about disabilities both visible and not visible, building friendships, being accepting and compassionate, and sharing KINDNESS with all.

K.A.R.E. Abilities

Yes, count us in as a partner again this year! We are extremely interested in educating our community of all ages about what we do and who we serve and it all starts with kids like your’s. I'm so encouraged by what I'm seeing in today’s youth...their compassion, acceptance and tolerance. Many times, they put the older generations to shame when it comes to not only understanding but partnering with their peers...able-bodied or disabled....in school, sports and neighborhood play.

G. Hartke, Equine-Assisted Therapy