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Camps benefit youths of all abilities
by LOUISE R. SHAW
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National Ability Camps - courtesy photo
National Ability Camps - courtesy photo
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PARK CITY — A variety of camps geared for youth with physical or cognitive disabilities are offered through the National Ability Center in Park City.

Camps held to benefit teens and preteens with diabetes, autism or limited vision, as well as camps for youths with amputations and spinal injuries have been scheduled throughout the summer.

A “Siblings camp” and a “Camp Giddy Up” for campers of all abilities have also been scheduled.

The National Ability Center works to help build “self-esteem, confidence and lifetime skills through sport, recreation and educational programs,” according to a release.

Information on the camp offerings can be found at discovernac.org/programs/camps/.

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