The most fun day camp on Long Island for children with a hearing impairment, using an oral approach!
This camp is for hearing aid and Cochlear implant users looking to improve their oral communication skills.
Our mission is to provide a community in which each child will socialize with other hearing aid and Cochlear implant users as well as interact with other Mid-Island Y JCC campers. Children gain self-advocacy skills and have a blast in this unique environment! Camped Up is a happy community where our highly trained staff provide a listener-friendly experience to our campers that promotes enhanced learning. Your child will have loads of fun, develop new friendships and come away with happy memories to last a lifetime.
Space is limited so Register NOW!
“An outstanding experience for my bilateral CI kids. My daughter says, ‘It is the
only camp I love.’ The counselors are outstanding” — Lisa Vasnath
“I’m so excited about Hannah’s development this summer…talking in full
sentences and thoughts about many subjects. She has had the best summer
at Camped Up!” — Jennifer Weitzman
Camped Up Founders:
Arielle Ditkowich | firstname.lastname@example.org
Born and raised in New York, Arielle is excited to now work there as a NYC Hearing Education Services Provider. After receiving her B.F.A. in Theater Arts from Five Towns College in 2008, she went on to receive an M.A. and M.Ed. from Columbia University in Deaf and Hard of Hearing Education in 2012.
Brittany Prell | email@example.com
Brittany is a Hearing Education Service Provider working on the Upper East and Upper West Side of Manhattan. She completed her undergraduate degree majoring in communications, sciences and disorders at The Pennsylvania State University. Upon graduation, she went on to earn her M.A. and M.Ed. in Deaf and Hard of Hearing Education and Elementary Education at Columbia University
Dana Selznick | firstname.lastname@example.org
Dana attended The University of North Florida and received an undergraduate degree in Deaf and Hard of Hearing Education. After graduation, Dana moved to NYC and attended Columbia University where she received her M.A. and M.Ed. in Deaf and Hard of Hearing Education and Elementary Education. She currently works on the Upper West side of Manhattan as a Hearing Education Service Provider and at the Center for Hearing and Communication as an Education Specialist.
Neil Werner | email@example.com
Since 1999, Neil has been at the forefront of Country Club Day Camp and Convention Day Camp management. Neil has been a speaker at the CMAA World Conference as well as many regional club managers meetings on "Bringing the Family Back to the Club". He has also presented webinars for club management which included guides for operating successful summer day camps. With over 25 years of summer camp management experience, Neil's commitment to quality camps for kids continues to grow.