Amputee Coalition’s Youth Engagement Program thrives on peer support, leadership, life skills, and independence. We are excited to announce our 2023 Youth Camp in Orlando, Florida, August 2-5.
Pre-Registration for Youth Camp Now Open!
We know the value of our campers and counselors connecting face to face each summer. We have developed innovative and inclusive ways for our campers to bond together. The Amputee Coalition understands that there are unique challenges for young people experiencing limb loss/limb difference and their caregivers. Our in-person youth camp can help these young people connect with peers, explore new experiences, and grow in their confidence and awareness.
Camp creates a space for Campers, Leaders in Training, and Counselors to have fun, connect, and make lifelong friendships so no one goes through the limb loss/limb difference journey alone. We have some exciting activities lined up this year including sports, creative arts, and STEM projects.
Most importantly, there will be time for campers to hang out with old and new friends and engage in peer support.
We can’t wait to Explore a new camp this summer, Connect with each other, and Grow by learning and doing new activities together.
Why we love camp?
Who can attend Youth Camp?
Campers ages 10-17
Counselors 20+ and Leaders in Training (LITs) 18+
When is Youth Camp?
August 2-5, 2023
Where is Youth Camp?
What is the Cost?
It is free for Campers, Counselors, and Leaders in Training. YEP’s Youth Camp is a sponsored event.
How will Campers, Counselors, and LIT be selected?
A selection process through essays, videos, and interviews (for Counselors and LITs).
Download the Camper Eligibility and Requirements
Counselor and LIT Eligibility and Requirements will be posted here when available.
We are excited to build YEP’s Youth Camp as the most exciting and engaging event available for youth living with limb loss and limb difference. We continue to honor Paddy Rossbach, former Amputee Coalition president and CEO, for her instrumental role in developing the youth camp program.