for kids living with type 2 diabetes, prediabetes, or metabolic disorders
Camp Info & Details
For: Children receiving treatment for prediabetes, Type 2 diabetes, at risk for diabetes or metabolic disorders
Camp Willson Outdoor Center, Bellefontaine, Ohio
Ages: 13-17 years
Dates: Sun, July 3rd through Sat, July 6th, 2019
Check In: TBA
Check Out: TBA
Registration Fee: $50
Remaining Camp Fee: $175
A NOTE ABOUT CAMP FEES
Camp fees cover medical supervision, meals, snacks, a camp t-shirt, supervised program activities and most diabetes supplies (see camp brochure for more information). Financial assistance is available, called a Campership. Families may request an application on their registraion form. All families are required to pay the registration fee to secure a spot for their camper.
Refunds for the balance of the Camp Fee (minus a $25 processing fee) are only available for campers who cancel in writing at least 60 days prior to the start of camp or for campers who suffer illness or tragedy that prevent them from attending camp.
'Tiponi' is Native American for "child of importance" and every child is important to us at Camp Tiponi. We have developed this camp to allow youth who have (or may be at risk for) Insulin Resistance, Prediabetes, or Type 2 Diabetes to participate in a specially designed program. Allowing them to enjoy a fun camping experience comfortably with other children.
Children can develop the knowledge and skills needed to maintain a healthy lifestyle through a balance of proper nutrition and exercise. Campers stay in a relaxed outdoor atmosphere, making new friends and sharing all the new activities of a residential camp.
They will learn that others live in a similar situation to their own and that having IRS, Prediabetes, or Type 2 Diabetes need not be unnecessarily restrictive. Campers will grow socially and emotionally with others of their own age.
Diabetes Dayton is an independent, local diabetes association which means 100% of the monies raised stay here locally to support programs like our camp.
CAMPERS CAN LOOK FORWARD TO
Fun in the great outdoors while enjoying new and challenging activities
Forming a support system of friends that last a lifetime
Enjoying camp knowing that there are people that understand Insulin Resistance, Prediabetes, and Type 2 Diabetes and are there to help them
PARENTS CAN LOOK FORWARD TO
Physicians and nurses with medical expertise provide around the clock supervision
Counselors who understand your child's needs and are strong role models
The daily tasks of the diabetes regimen are integrated into the camp educational activities
Low Ropes Course
Arts & Crafts