American Diabetes Association - Washington & Alaska

    Offices Located at 180 Nickerson Street, Suite 309, Seattle, WA 98109-1631


    Camp provides a fun and unique experience, inviting kids and their families to become part of a community where they can grow together. For nearly 70 years, we’ve run camps across the country serving over 100,000 children and their families. Camp is a lifeline for both children living with diabetes and those at high risk for developing type 2. We know first-hand how children respond to learning in a safe and fun environment. We believe every child should have the life-changing experience of summer camp.

    Upcoming American Diabetes Association - Washington & Alaska Programs

    Alaska Diabetes Camp

    • Dates: July 07, 2019 to July 12, 2019
    • Audience: Youth & Teen
    • Program Type: Overnight Camp

    ADA Diabetes Camp - Alaska is for children ages 7-17 years. The activities and programs at camp are designed for a variety of personalities and abilitiy levels. These activities will include the following: Arts and Crafts, Canoeing and Kayaking, Hiking, Archery, Swimming, Fishing, Nature Adventures, Outdoor Survival, Campfires, Overnight Campout, Teambuilding.Â

    Camp Sealth

    • Dates: August 05, 2019 to August 10, 2019
    • Audience: Youth & Teen
    • Program Type: Overnight Camp

    Our overnight summer camp for kids with diabetes is the only one that offers kids with diabetes the opportunity to attend camp with their family and friends while still being fully supported in their diabetes management. A team of more than 60 providers, nurses, nutritionists, counselors, and other staff work with our campers throughout the week to help them learn new skills and gain confidence in their ability to manage their diabetes. All diabetes management supplies, from insulin and pen/pump supplies to meters and test strips, are provided as well. One parent said, “He always learns new skills and gets exposure to new products at camp. It is such an amazing experience for the whole family.” Campers also participate in all of the traditional summer camp activities, from hikes and water sports to crafts and campfires.