Event Phone: 877-776-0667
- Diabetes Sport Camp July 22-26
July 22, 2019 - July 26, 2019
9:00 am - 4:00 pm
- Diabetes Sport Camp July 29 - Aug 2
July 29, 2019 - August 2, 2019
9:00 am - 4:00 pm
Overview: This camp is a multi-sport day camp at York University that will provide diabetes support, education, mentoring and normalization, integrated with awesome workouts, skill development and a whole lot of summer camp fun for all ability levels.
Who: The camp is open to children with and without type 1 diabetes aged 5-12 each week. Youth aged 13-15 years participate in our integrated leadership development camp. The camp is divided up by age category in an inclusive framework to allow T1Ds to participate alongside their peers.
When: Camp runs for three weeks from 9am – 4pm each day. Before and after care available from 8:00am-9am and 4:00pm-5:00pm.
- Week 1 July 15-19
- Week 2 July 22-27
- Week 3 July 29-August 2
Where: York University, Tait McKenzie Centre, 4700 Keele St., Toronto, Ont.
There are transit options with direct routes to York U from several communities.
Please note, lunch and snacks are not provided. Diabetic low supplies will always be on hand.
Diabetes Empowerment: We will connect with parents/caregivers at the start and end of each day to capture any directions from parents for the day and follow through with a flexible support plan. Any issues would be taken on by our team onsite. We track all tests, snacks and insulin on our log sheets, integrated with activities to provide a daily print out with pointers for potential adjustments, where needed. We are flexible with your needs and can build that confidence over the course of our programs.
From a 2018 participant:
“I would first like to thank you so much for such an amazing camp!! My son had a great experience and met some new TD1 friends whom he still keeps in touch with.
The camp was great in that he was kept active all day and he looked forward to going every morning (which is no easy feat during summer vacay).Having the different spokespeople talking about diabetes to the campers also had him coming home and talking about his day and what he learned.
I loved it too!! As a parent of a child with T1D leaving your child with anyone for a length of time by themselves is very worrisome, but by day 2 I was so excited that I could leave Junior and not worry about him being taken care of properly. The multiple checks throughout the day kept his blood sugar in check. Thank you ICD for a fantastic experience!!”
For any questions or comments or if finances are a barrier, please contact ICD at [email protected]
If you are able, donations to support this programming are needed – please visit this link (click here).