Camp Dates

SDES- Camp Seale Harris is actively analyzing and updating health and safety protocols to allow for safe and fun programs.  If you have questions regarding our planning or procedures please contact our office at 205-402-0415.

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2021 Family Camps—Ages 0-18 plus family

● Spring Family Weekend – (April 23-25)  $375
Spring Family Camp is held at Camp Grace in Mobile, AL and promises fun for the whole family. Parents gain valuable quality time with medical professionals while children enjoy separate, supervised activities such as boating, zip lining, and crafts. Campers enjoy family group fun and networking with families and volunteers who live with diabetes. Each family has their own lodge/cabin with adequate heating and cooling. Meals and snacks are provided at all Family Camps. The family is responsible for insulin and all other medical supplies while at camp.

● Summer Family Weekend – (May 7-9) $575
Summer Family Camp is held at Camp ASCCA on Lake Martin and promises fun for the whole family. Parents gain valuable quality time with medical professionals while children enjoy separate, supervised activities such as boating, zip lining, and crafts. Campers enjoy family group fun and networking with families and volunteers who live with diabetes. Each family has their own lodge/cabin with adequate heating and cooling. Meals and snacks are provided at all Family Camps. The family is responsible for insulin and all other medical supplies while at camp.

● Fall Family Weekend – (October 22-24) $375
Fall Family Camp is held at Camp ASCCA on Lake Martin and promises fun for the whole family. Parents gain valuable quality time with medical professionals while children enjoy separate, supervised activities such as boating, zip lining, and crafts. Campers enjoy family group fun and networking with families and volunteers who live with diabetes. Each family has their own lodge/cabin with adequate heating and cooling. Meals and snacks are provided at all Family Camps. The family is responsible for insulin and all other medical supplies while at camp.

2021 Overnight Camps*—Ages 6-18 *Children with diabetes only.

● Teen Leadership Forum, Grades 9-12 – $250 (February 12-15)
The Teen Leadership Forum takes place at Camp Chandler in Wetumpka and is designed for teenagers who are currently in 9th through 12th grade. Campers will stay in cabins with adequate heating/cooling and participate in activities such as canoeing, archery, sports/games, and more. The camp will include intentional opportunities for participants to develop teamwork, independence, self‐confidence, leadership skills, and make life‐long friends. It’s where teens grow, connect, and are inspired to live well. All meals, snacks, and most diabetes supplies (including insulin) are provided with the exception of pump and CGM supplies.

● Senior Camp, ages 12-18 – $800 (June 5-11)
Senior Week at Camp Seale Harris is a week-long overnight camp located at Camp ASCCA on Lake Martin. Campers will stay in airconditioned cabins with other T1D campers their age. Cabin sizes range from 6-8 campers with 2 counselors. T1D children and teens will learn to become more independent and confident in their diabetes care. Senior camp is supervised by a full medical staff who assist your T1D in medication doses, insulin pumps and injections, midnight blood sugar checks, and more.  Activities at Senior Camp include swimming, tubing, waterslides, crafts, fishing, zip line, and sports/games. All meals, snacks, and most diabetes supplies (including insulin) are provided with the exception of pump and CGM supplies. Campers learn to live well with diabetes and make friendships that will last forever!

● Junior Camp, ages 6-13 – $800 (June 13-18)
Junior Week at Camp Seale Harris is a week-long overnight camp located at Camp ASCCA on Lake Martin. Campers will stay in airconditioned cabins with other T1D campers their age. Cabin sizes range from 6-8 campers with 2 counselors. T1D children and teens will learn to become more independent and confident in their diabetes care. Junior camp is supervised by a full medical staff who assist your T1D in medication doses, insulin pumps and injections, midnight blood sugar checks, and more.  Activities at Junior Camp include swimming, tubing, waterslides, crafts, fishing, zip line, and sports/games. All meals, snacks, and most diabetes supplies (including insulin) are provided with the exception of pump and CGM supplies. Campers learn to live well with diabetes and make friendships that will last forever!

● Coastal, ages 10-18 – $500 (July 25-30)
Coastal Camp Seale Harris is a week-long overnight camp located at Camp Grace in Mobile, AL. Campers will stay in airconditioned cabins with other T1D campers their age. Cabin sizes range from 6-8 campers with 2 counselors. T1D children and teens will learn to become more independent and confident in their diabetes care. Coastal Camp Seale Harris is supervised by a full medical staff who assist your T1D in medication doses, insulin pumps and injections, midnight blood sugar checks, and more. Activities at Coastal Camp include canoeing, waterslides, crafts, fishing, ropes course, and sports/games. All meals, snacks, and most diabetes supplies (including insulin) are provided with the exception of pump and CGM supplies. Campers learn to live well with diabetes and make friendships that will last forever! Bus transport from Pensacola may be available for this session. Contact our office at 205-402-0415 for more information on bus transportation.

 

2021 Day Camps—Ages 5-15

● Dothan (June 21-25) – $175
Dothan Day Camp is held at Eastgate Park. This one-week day only camp provides fun for with new T1D friends. Campers learn how to be independent in a medically-supervised, interactive, camp setting. Lunch, snacks, and most diabetes supplies (including insulin) are provided with the exception of pump supplies and CGM supplies.  One sibling or friend may also register for this program.

● Huntsville (June 28- July 2)- $175
Huntsville Day Camp is held at The Vision. This one-week day only camp provides fun with new T1D friends. Campers learn how to be independent in a medically-supervised, interactive, camp setting. Lunch, snacks, and most diabetes supplies (including insulin) are provided with the exception of pump supplies and CGM supplies.  One sibling or friend may also register for this program.

● Tuscaloosa (July 5-9)- $175
Tuscaloosa Day Camp is held at Camp Tuscoba. This one-week day only camp provides fun with new T1D friends. Campers learn how to be independent in a medically-supervised, interactive, camp setting. Lunch, snacks, and most diabetes supplies (including insulin) are provided with the exception of pump supplies and CGM supplies.  One sibling or friend may also register for this program.

● Birmingham (July 12-16)- $175
Birmingham Day Camp is held at the Kanawahala Program Center-KPC. This one-week day only camp provides fun with new T1D friends. Campers learn how to be independent in a medically-supervised, interactive, camp setting. Lunch, snacks, and most diabetes supplies (including insulin) are provided with the exception of pump supplies and CGM supplies. One sibling or friend may also register for this program. Bus transportation from Samford University may be available for this program. Contact our office at 205-402-0415 for more information on bus transportation.

● Mobile (July 26-30)- $175
Mobile Day Camp is held at Camp Grace. This one-week day only camp provides fun with new T1D friends. Campers learn how to be independent in a medically-supervised, interactive, camp setting. Lunch, snacks, and most diabetes supplies (including insulin) are provided with the exception of pump supplies and CGM supplies. One sibling or friend may also register for this program. Bus transportation from Spanish Fort or Bel Air Mall may be available for this program. Contact our office at 205-402-0415 for more information on bus transportation.