About the Camp
Camp Korelitz is a week-long residential camp for children living with type 1 or type 2 diabetes. In 2016 Camp Korelitz will be held at beautiful Camp Joy, a 315 acre camp site nestled in the beautiful rolling hills of Warren County in Clarksville, Ohio between Cincinnati and Dayton.
Campers enjoy meeting other children with diabetes and spending time outdoors while participating in swimming, canoeing, arts and crafts, ropes courses, climbing walls, archery, and nutrition and diabetes education games and discussions. Campers are supervised 24 hours a day by doctors, nurses, dietitians and counselors thoroughly trained in diabetes management. Join us for a week of fun and adventure you will never forget!
Non-refundable Deposit: $50
• Member: $500
• Non-Member: $525
Total Camp Fee:
• Member: $550
• Non-member: $575
15 year olds are able to come to camp as counselors-in-training (CIT). This program is designed to prepare those interested in becoming junior counselors and counselors with a taste of what it might be like to make the transition in coming years.
During the first part of the camp week, this group will participate in leadership building activities in addition to their regular camp program. On Friday, this group will be assigned to a younger cabin as a CIT. CITs will be evaluated on their performance at the end of the week to determine if they are ready to be Junior Counselors when they are 16 years old.
Junior Counselor Information
Ages: 16 to 17
If you will be 16 years old by July 31, 2016 you may apply to the Junior Counslor program.
If you are intersted in this position, please contact Jen Loving at firstname.lastname@example.org or 513-759-9330 ext. 6671 for more information and an application.
More Information About the Camp
All American Diabetes Association campers and staff at 2016 Diabetes Camps are required to be up to date on immunizations. More information can be found in the Camp application and supplemental forms. For questions, contact your local American Diabetes Association office.
The current schedule (2016 update coming soon) can be found at www.cdc.gov/vaccines/schedules/easy-to-read/. Please note that the HPV vaccine is not required for Camp.