CCBVI programs are designed to help youth meet the challenges of everyday life. Through CCBVI’s unique blend of educational, social and recreational activities, integration and adaptive techniques, technology and immersion into a nurturing environment with peers, youth who are blind and visually impaired will gain new levels of confidence, moving forward to master even more milestones with the positive reinforcement of each new success. New experiences with friends is always more fun, and the comradery formed with other youth will build self-esteem and reduce feelings of isolation.
Each participant will gain emotional, social, recreational and educational tools that will allow them to succeed in their individual short and long-term goals and objectives. They will become well-rounded, successful, independent adults who contribute positively to their communities.
Summer Youth Program
Both teen and youth will enjoy Art, Outdoor Activities, Sports, Field Trips, Culinary Experiences, Social Activities, Assistive Technology and much more await their two-week day camp adventure at CCBVI!
Kids (ages 8-13)
Monday, June 20th-Friday, July 1st
CCBVI’s Summer camp will reinforce your child’s self-confidence. Kids will enjoy educational adventures each day, with a variety of field trip destinations and activities. Come and enjoy with other peers cooking, chemistry and kayaking. CCBVI’s camp is free and the benefits will last a lifetime!
Teen Summer Camp
Monday, July 11th – Friday, July 22nd
Fun, educational experiences with peers will include visits to Santa Cruz, Guide Dogs for the Blind, Archery, College Campuses and more! Teens will learn adaptive techniques, technology and computers.
Monthly Education and Employment Services for youth in transition.
Ages 14 years and up
This program is designed to help youth meet the challenges of everyday life. Transition Education-Homework Support, College Prep Information, Career Exploration, Resources/Information, Assistive Technology, Support Network, Social Media and much more.