Camp Abilities Nebraska is a week-long residential sports camp for youth ages 9 to 19, who are blind, visually impaired or deaf-blind.
Iowa School for the Deaf3501 Harry Langdon BlvdCouncil Bluffs, Iowa
Registration opens March 1, 2017. Register here!
Registration is limited to 20 participants. Registration does not guarantee enrollment. Acceptance is based on completion of paperwork, camper qualifications, and administrative review.
Youth explore sports and recreational activities in a safe environment with instructors who have expertise in adaptive techniques. Your child may participate in:
Each evening children share their new adventures with friends and camp leaders during our Care to Share session at suppertime. Instructors from the University of Nebraska at Omaha work with the campers and counselors.
Boys Town National Research Hospital and Outlook Nebraska, Inc. are proud to co-sponsor Camp Abilities Nebraska.
Camp Abilities Nebraska is also supported by the Nebraska Commission for the Blind and Visually Impaired, Nebraska Foundation for Visually Impaired Children, the Adah and Leon Millard Foundation, Omaha Association of the Blind, Yahoo Employee Foundation, Shopko Foundation, Nebraska Chapter of the National Association of Parents of Children with Visual Impairments and WhyArts? and contributions made through Outlook Nebraska, Inc. including Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Nebraska, The Valmont Foundation, and Kind World Foundation.
Camp Abilities is a non-profit organization with a mission to empower children through sports and recreation. To find a Camp Abilities near you, visit