Camp Will is a therapeutic recreation summer camp for children, adolescents and young adults with developmental and intellectual disabilities. Our goal is to build confidence and self esteem, enhance social skills, foster independence, and provide a fun-filled summer through various activities.
NEW TO CAMP WILL?
For new campers, an assessment must be completed by a parent/legal guardian prior to online registration for Camp Will (online registration typically begins in March). Please call (615) 790-5719 ext. 2033 or email firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
In order to be eligible to participate in the Camp Will, campers must be between the ages of 6 through 23 and a resident of Williamson County. If a camper turns 24 during Camp Will, that camper will be allowed to remain at Camp Will for the rest of the camp dates. After the last day of camp, the camper will then be aged out of the program.
In order to provide a safe and fun experience, campers are divided into smaller groups (approximately 10-12 campers per group). A head counselor oversees each group with the assistance of 3-4 counselors. The ratio is 2-3 campers for every 1 counselor. Campers must be able to function within a group setting.
Please note: If a camper requires additional support outside of WCPR staff (ex. caregiver, personal assistant, behavior therapist, etc.), WCPR will gladly accommodate any qualified person or outside agency of the parent/guardian's choice. The additional support is at the parent/guardian's expense.
Check out our 2019 Camp Will video highlight!