Welcome To Easter Seals Camp ASCCA

Camp ASCCA is Alabama's Special Camp for Children and Adults. ASCCA is a nationally recognized leader in therapeutic recreation for children and adults with both physical and intellectual disabilities. Providing weekend and week long sessions, Camp ASCCA is open year-round.

Located in Alabama on Lake Martin, Camp ASCCA offers campers a wide variety of recreational and educational activities. Activities include horseback riding, fishing, tubing, ab accessible waterslide, swimming, environmental education, arts and crafts, canoeing, a "splash pad", outdoor adventure elements like the zip-line, and much more.

Summer Camp Application

Registration for 2016 summer camp is available ONLINE now! Click here to begin. Please contact Amber Cotney or Jocelyn Jones if you have any questions.

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RRUW Thanks Supporters for Their Generosity in 2015

January 29, 2016

RRUW Thanks Supporters for Their Generosity in 2015 Another River Region United Way annual giving campaign is in the history books, and we cant thank our donors enough for helping impact nearly 135,000 lives in our communities! Supporters gathered at the Ballroom at Alley Stati...

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Hartselle Kiwanis Club

January 26, 2016

On January 21st, I spoke with the Hartselle Kiwanis Club. This was my second time speaking for this club and I appreciated the opportunity to return. As is usually the case, this club had new members since I last visited. Also, some members were absent for my first presentation....

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Junior Leadership Diversity Day at CACC

January 26, 2016

Most people dont consider public speaking all that fun! However, when I get a chance to speak in front of young people, I always enjoy it! On January 20th, I was delighted to speak with a group of students at Central Alabama Community College in Alexander City for the Junior Lead...

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Easter Seals Blog: Swimming for people with disabilities

January 22, 2016

Swimming for people with disabilities Posted on November 18th, 2015 by Beth I swim for exercise. My Seeing Eye dog Whitney guides me to the pool, and the only stroke I do is the crawl. One arm or another is extended in front at all times, protecting me from crashing my head into...

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New Years Eve at the Elks Lodge!

January 19, 2016

The Alexander City Elks Lodge held its first New Years Eve Celebration to benefit Camp ASCCA this year and it was a big hit! Wed like to thank member Tim Funderburk and all of the Elks involved for their hard work and a great time. Radio personality Dr. Sam was the guest emcee...

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Millbrook Civitan Club

January 18, 2016

On January 14th, I was so excited to be able to return to see the Millbrook Civitan Club. The members of this club are always excited about their fellowship with each other, their common goals and simply being Civitans! Their excitement is quite contagious. This was my second vis...

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Selma Rotary Club

January 18, 2016

Traveling and speaking on behalf of Camp ASCCA offers the opportunity to enjoy occasional extra perks. On January 11th, I enjoyed visiting a town both close to my heart and close to my hometown! The Selma Rotary Club is always a pleasure to visit. Growing up just a few miles down...

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Camp ASCCA Alum Judy Williams presented with Easter Seals Alabama Award

January 15, 2016

Camp ASCCA nominated Judy Williams of Talladega to be a 2015 recipient of an Easter Seals Alabama Gold Award. This award is presented volunteers who have contributed in a significant manner to the work of Easter Seals Alabama for no less than five (5) years. Their involvement c...

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Dr. Glenn Roswal honored with prestigious Gold Award from Easter Seals Alabama

January 15, 2016

Camp ASCCA nominated Dr. Glenn Roswal of Jacksonville to be a 2015 recipient of an Easter Seals Alabama Distinguished Award. This award is presented occasionally to a volunteer who has made outstanding and unusual contributions, over a period of at least 10 years to Easter Seals...

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Easter Seals Blog: Just say hi

January 15, 2016

Just say hi Posted on December 28th, 2015 by Beth I always end the presentations I give to civic groups and college kids with a Q&A session. Heres your chance, I tell them. Ask me anything about what its like being blind. In addition to the questions I get about whether m...

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