5 edition of Including people with disabilities in camp programs found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references.
|Statement||edited by Glenn M. Roswal, Karen J. Dowd, Jerry W. Bynum.|
|Contributions||Roswal, Glenn Morris, 1950-, Dowd, Karen J., Bynum, Jerry W.|
|LC Classifications||GV193 .I53 1997|
|The Physical Object|
|LC Control Number||97019747|
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Including People With Disabilities in Camp Programs: A Resource for Camp Directors Spiral-bound – June 1, by Glenn Morris Roswal (Editor), Karen J.
Dowd (Editor), Jerry W. Bynum (Editor)Format: Spiral-bound. Including People With Disabilities in Camp Programs: A Resource for Camp Directors by Glenn Roswal (Editor), Karen J.
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Reference Appendix A at any point throughout this guide for a list of resources that can provide further guidance on the hiring of people with disabilities. However, the camp’s inclusiveness allows siblings with and without physical disabilities to attend camp together.
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