This summer we are excited to offer a drama program coordinated by Camp alumn. Alex. Alex will lead the drama program for campers interested in exploring their artistic side!
Dallas Rosenthal (Wiles)- Assistant Camp Director & Co-founder
Camp Inclusion is a summer day camp for any student with or without a cognitive, social, or physical disability.
At Camp Inclusion, campers participate in many group games and sports such as soccer, kickball, and handball. Campers also participate in art & crafts activities such as tie-dye and painting, as well as developmentally appropriate board games. Games are age appropriate and adapted for all needs.
Camp Inclusion is run primarily by high school and college age students with a desire to study special education. This creates an unmatched social environment that allows students to be themselves and create bonds between other campers and counselors while in a safe, structured environment.
Camp Inclusion offers a 3:1 camper: staff/volunteer ratio at all times. This ensures that all students are sufficiently supervised while creating many social opportunities
Mission:Camp Inclusion is designed to build supportive and inclusive friendships throughout the summer months that carry on throughout the school year. Our mission is to promote independence, and confidence through engaging adapted activities that help each individual reach their full potential.
Where we set the stage for fun!
Kevin is now employed at Omnicare health care where he enjoys organizing, cleaning, and working on box crew. Kevin is enrolled in the CORE program at Howard Community College and enjoys participating in Special Olympics golf, boccé, bowling, biking, and snow shoeing.
Zach is headed to Seattle in 2018 for the National Special Olympics Games! Zach is a well rounded Special Olympic's Athlete. He enjoys competing in swimming and plans to GO FOR THE GOLD! Way to go Zach! Your camp family can't wait to follow your progress and watch you succeed!
AJ Rosenthal - Camp Director & Co-founder
Play Director Alex
Master Mike Cummings
Camp Inclusion was started in 2009 by high school graduates AJ Rosenthal and Dallas Wiles with the help of Evan Sanna, and Erin Becker. In 2010 Rosenthal and Wiles continued to build camp into it's current non-profit organization.
Camp Inclusion was featured on Fox 45 and had a write up in the Baltimore Sun.
Camp Inclusion is a certified Maryland youth camp that promotes the acceptance of all students.