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Recreation Disability Specific: Deafness and Hard of Hearing


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International


World Recreation Association of the Deaf (WRAD) is a non-profit recreational, educational and cultural organization for deaf, hearing impaired and hearing people. Local chapters and membership fee, gives you notice to many activities or events.


State Listings


New York

New Sign Camp Mark Seven is a camp on a lake in the Adirondack Mountains in New York State founded by a priest and the Deaf Catholic Community. It offers a variety of programs for deaf and hearing individuals of all faiths and beliefs. The programs it offers include Deaf Camps for children and for teenagers, KODA Camps for hearing children of deaf parents and for hearing teenagers of deaf parents, a CODA camp for hearing adult children of deaf parents, a Bible Camp for deaf adults, an Elder Camp for deaf senior citizens, and a Sober Camp for deaf adults in recovery and their families. Children's camps are for children ages 9 to 12. Check the website for age ranges for other camps. There is also a KODA camp listed for children and teenagers (ages 9-16) located at Camp Lakodia, Madison, South Dakota. Activities available at Camp Mark 7 for children and teenagers include swimming, waterskiing, tubing, canoeing, hiking, and arts and crafts. For more information contact Camp Mark Seven is located at Mark Seven Deaf Foundation, Inc., 144 Mohawk Hotel Road, Old Forge, New York 13420 or Phone: 315-357-6089 (voice/TTY)or contact the camp's executive director for the Elder Camp by e-mail at ExecDir@campmark7.org.


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