ADEC is proud to provide one of the only full-summer camps in the Michiana area that serves children with intellectual and developmental disabilities. Programming runs from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Monday through Friday with the exception of Independence Day.
Camp Wy.Not serves individuals age 6-22 and is staffed with a 4:1 client to staff ration of direct support professionals who are specifically trained to meet the needs of each client.
From talent shows to pie throwing contests, there is never a boring day at camp! Children will experience weekly field trips and have the option to express themselves through arts and crafts, all while maintaining the interpersonal skills developed during the school year. Additional activities include recreation, puzzles, games, and so much more!
Throughout the summer, campers are given the opportunity to participate in the same summer fun as their peers — whether it’s weekly trips to the pool or the bowling alley or to adventures at Potawatomi Zoo and LoveWay.
Camp Wy.Not is one of the many programs offered through ADEC’s Family Services program, which provides early intervention and therapeutic services to young children and their families. Without ADEC’s after-school and summer programs, many families would have a difficult time balancing work and care — they would have no respite.