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Florida Diabetes Camp - Brandon

Florida Diabetes Camp c/o Rotary's Camp Florida
1915 Camp Florida Road
Brandon, Florida 33510

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Upcoming Sessions

Bring A Friend Weekend
2016-04-09 to 2016-04-10

Audience: Youth
Program Type: Overnight Camp
ACA Accredited

Bring a friend weekend is open for kids ages 5 through 11, who may not have spent a night away from home before. This weekend offers a camping experience in a shortened setting where campers are allowed to bring a friend of the same sex and appropriate age if they so choose. Children participate in activities such as swimming, land sports, and arts and crafts. Children with diabetes are taught age appropriate self-management skills and children without diabetes learn about the disease and what their friends go through on a daily basis. All talks are led by the pediatric endocrinologist, nurses, dieticians and mental health professionals.

Sports Camp
2016-06-12 to 2016-06-17

Audience: Teen
Program Type: Overnight Camp
ACA Accredited

Fun Sports Camp is for campers ages 15 to 18 to try out different sports while learning teamwork, and gaining independence in diabetes care. The campers stay at Rotary’s Camp Florida in Brandon, FL and bus to different venues each day. Activities are under the direction of various college coaches or certified instructors and include martial arts, volleyball, soccer, water skiing, golf, basketball, tennis, and softball. Planned night activities include roller skating, bowling, and a night at Tropicana Field watching the Tampa Bay Rays play ball.

PeeWee Camp
2016-06-26 to 2016-07-01

Audience: Youth
Program Type: Overnight Camp
ACA Accredited

This camp is for youngsters ages 6 to 8 and designed to give them their first taste of summer camp while making friendships that will last a lifetime! This camp was created with little ones in mind, so activities are specifically tailored toward young children. Campers learn about nature, how to swim, diabetes management and more. Daily visits from the story lady, and different carnival events each night provide the kids with the genuine camp feel they are sure not to forget.