Camp For All is called a barrier free camp where all kids, no matter what medical condition they have, can do all the activities. I go to the skin camp at camp for all, but there are many other camps there for people living with medical conditions including sickle cell, muscular dystrophy, cardiac disease, cancer, brain injuries, cerebral palsy, cleft palate, epilepsy, foster care, juvenile arthritis, kidney disease, language delay, learning differences, limb deformities, life threatening illnesses, and so many other unique camps. These special camps have provided so many once in a life time opportunities, YEARLY, for me. Even after that, campers can return as a counselor to support a younger generation that is just like us. My favorite thing about camp for all is that it allows people with similar medical conditions to connect and have a worry-free week during the summer. They have all the regular summer camp activities like canoeing, ziplining, horses, swimming, and even an indoor obstacle course for the campers who can’t be in the sun. I have made some good friends there and even when camp isn’t in session, we keep in touch and this year we are planning a day to get together outside of camp. Next summer will be my last year at camp, which is sad ☹. After one year (when I’m 18) I plan on coming back as a camp counselor!