Camp John Warvel
About Camp John Warvel
The American Diabetes Association - Indiana Area is proud to host its 58th year of Camp John Warvel. Children with either type 1 or type 2 diabetes are welcome to attend this week-long residential camp, which includes 24-hour medical supervision by some of the top diabetes health care professionals in the state. Camp John Warvel takes place at Camp Crosley YMCA, a site accredited by the American Camp Association. The camp is near North Webster in Kosciusko County on beautiful Little Tippecanoe Lake. Campers enjoy water activities, sports, drama, crafts, Mock Rock night, rock wall climbing, low and high ropes courses, archery and much more! Cabins are air-conditioned, the grounds are gorgeously wooded and well-maintained. It's modern camping at its best! The camp fee includes 24-hour medical supervision, meals and snacks, American Diabetes Association Camp t-shirt, housing, supervised program activities and most diabetes supplies.
Parents know their kids are:
- Surrounded by health professionals with diabetes expertise who provide continuous medical supervision.
- Interacting with counselors who serve as positive role models.
- Learning to balance nutrition, physical activity and diabetes care.
- Meeting friends who understand what it’s like to have diabetes.
- Gaining confidence, discovering new skills and learning respect for nature, themselves and others.
Non-Refundable Deposit: $50
Camp Fee: $450
Total Fee (including non-refundable deposit): $500
Registration Deadline: April 26, 2013
Counselor-in-Traning (CIT) Information
CIT Ages: 16 to 17
Teens ages 16-17 may be eligible for the CIT (Senior Camper) program. Qualifications include having been a previous camper at another diabetes camp. For additional information, contact Carol Dixon at email@example.com or 888-342-2383 ext. 6732.
The deadline for application and payment is April 26, 2013 UNLESS OTHER ARRANGEMENTS ARE MADE.
Financial assistance is available and the application is included in your supplemental forms packet. The deadline to apply is April 26, 2013 unless special arrangements are made. Financial aid is on a first come, first-served basis and does not include the $50 deposit. For questions regarding financial aid, please contact Carol Dixon at firstname.lastname@example.org 317-352-9226 ext. 6732.
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June 9 to June 15, 2013
Ages: 7 to 17 years
Camp Crosley YMCA
165 EMS T2 Lane
North Webster, Indiana 46555
317-352-9226 x 6732
ADA Office Address
8604 Allisonville Road
Indianapolis, Indiana 46250
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