Recreation/Leisure

American Art Therapy Association
225 North Fairfax St Alexandria, VA 22314
888.290.0878
Website: http://www.arttherapy.org/
Email: info@arttherapy.org
An organization of professionals dedicated to the belief that the creative process involved in the making of art is healing and life enhancing.

American Camp Association*
5000 State Road 67 North
Martinsville, IN 46151
765.342.8456
Website: http://acacamps.org
Accredits over 2,400 camps. ACA-Accredited® camps meet up to 300 standards for health, safety, and program quality.
*searchable for special needs/disabilities

American Dance Therapy Association
10632 Little Patuxent Parkway
Columbia, MD 21044-3263
410.997.4040
Website: http://www.adta.org
E- Mail: info@adta.org
Promotes the use of dance and movement as powerful tools for mental and emotional health.

Art-Reach
1819 JFK Boulevard, Suite 200
Philadelphia, PA 19103
215.568.2115
Website: http://www.art-reach.org
Email: info@art-reach.org
Art-Reach is the only organization in the Philadelphia region solely devoted to bringing arts and cultural opportunities to the full range of underserved audiences.  Each year their programs and services enable over 15,000 people with disabilities or economic disadvantages to enjoy the beauty and richness of the arts.

Discover Camp
Website: http://www.nchpad.org/discover/index.html
Discover Camp is a resource for parents of children with disabilities selecting a camp for their child for the first time.

Easter Seals Camps

800.668.6252 x325
Contact: Barb Gray, Manager, Provincial Services (Recreation)
Website: http://www.eastersealscamps.org
Email: camp@easterseals.org
Easter Seals offers a variety of recreation programs for children, youth and young adults who have a physical disability.

MySummerCamps.com*
c/o Internet Brands, Inc.
909 Sepulveda Blvd.
El Segundo, 90245
310.280.4105
Website: http://www.mysummercamps.com
Email: info@mysummercamps.com
A comprehensive, easy to use summer camp directory for kids, teens and youth
*Searchable for special needs/disabilities

National Parks: Accessible to Everyone

Website: http://www.nps.gov/pub_aff/access/index.htm
The National Park Service has developed and made available this website, which showcases trails, activities and other features that are accessible at units of the National Park System nationwide.

Planat
Website: http://www.planat.com/
Email: accessibility@rickhansen.com
Based on a five-point rating system similar to consumer reviews found on travel websites, planat is focused on accessibility features from a mobility, sight, and hearing perspective, allowing you to discover accessible restaurants, shops, accommodations, attractions and much, much more.

Professional Association of Therapeutic Horsemanship International (PATH Intl.) 
PO Box 33150
Denver, CO 80233
800.369.7433
Website: http://www.pathintl.org
Email: pathintl@pathintl.org
Aa global authority, resource and advocate for equine-assisted activities and therapies and the equines in this work that inspire and enrich the human spirit.

TravelinWheels
Website: http://www.travelinwheels.com
A website started by a mom of a young woman with Spina Bifida, who shares her knowledge of accessible travel information compiled from over 19 years of experience.

Very Special Camps
Website: http://www.veryspecialcamps.com
Online camp directory for individuals with one or more of a wide range of special needs; allows you to quickly locate a special needs camp based upon your specific requirements and interests