Recreational Camps for the Hearing Impaired
Giving Those Who Cannot Hear a Time of Warm Smiles
Lions share a common belief: community is what we make it. That's why Lions support recreational camp programs that are customized to meet the special needs of persons who are deaf-blind, deaf or hearing impaired.
Lions arrange these camps with input from experts – physicians, nurses, departments and ministries of health or local foundations for the deaf. Lions also volunteer their time or provide funding for camps organized by other groups.
Listing of Recreational Camps for the Deaf and Hearing Impaired
To find camps for the deaf and hearing impaired, see our list of Lions-sponsored recreational special needs camps or contact our Health and Children's Services Department to receive a list of recreational camps for the deaf.
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