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Endocrinology Camps for Kids

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At Cook Children's, we believe all kids should have the opportunity to experience the power of camp, whenever possible. Camps that are operated by camp staff as well as hospital staff, give kids the opportunity to get outside, participate in arts and crafts, receive medical education, and most importantly, build supportive, lasting relationships with others who share similar life experiences. We know that due to medical challenges, many of our patients wouldn't have the opportunity to participate in traditional camp experiences without these unique camps. That's why Cook Children's is proud to provide this service in a safe and nurturing environment, at no cost to the family.

Camp Rise - March 23-25, 2018

Camp Rise is a weekend getaway for teens age 14-18 (currently in high school) with Type 1 Diabetes. Here, they will have an opportunity to meet others with Type 1 while participating in fun activities, as well as therapeutic and educational experiences.

Camp Rise is is held at Camp Sweeney

Download the Camp Rise application here Download the Camp Rise Insulin Regimen hereFor camp information, contact our Child Life team

Camp Lancelot - July 23-27, 2018

Camp Lancelot is a camp for children with diabetes ages 6-12, with a CIT program for ages 13-17. The program offers an exciting week of camp activities and valuable lessons on positive diabetes management.

Download the Camp Lancelot application here For questions contact