The following camps are designed for children with stroke and other neurological issues. By providing this list, the International Alliance for Pediatric Stroke is not implying endorsement of any of the listings. We would like to make this list as comprehensive as possible, so please notify us with any updates or additions. We have updated our Camps page for 2024! 

Arms in Action Camp 
Abilities In Action, Monmouth County, New Jersey
Camp dates: August 5 – 23, 2024
Arms in Action is an intensive summer therapy camp for children with hemiplegia ages 4 to 10 years old. The camp, led by occupational and physical therapists, uses principles of modified constraint induced movement therapy, bimanual intensive training, and caregiver education in a playful, engaging and fun group setting. They are located in Shrewsbury, NJ. For more information please see their Arms in Action flyer, Facebook page, email, or call 732-842-6600

Boston Ability Center mCIMT Camp 
Boston Ability Center location — Natick, MA
July 9th – August 16th, 2024 
Registration opened January 8th, 2024. Registration is on a first come, first serve basis. 

The Boston Ability Center is happy to announce their 2024 intensive therapy camp for children ages 3-10 with hemiplegia. If your child has not participated in BAC Intensive Therapy Camp previously, please note that a screening call with a BAC clinician is required prior to registration to ensure that camp is the right fit for your child therapeutically. Please email to schedule a screening call or to inquire about pricing. 

Camp Helping Hands, Helping Hands House
West Caldwell, NJ
Summer Camp Helping Hands
Session 1: June 24th to July 19tht, 2024 (closed July 4th)
Session 2: July 22nd to August 16th, 2024
Mandatory Registration due by April 1, 2024
Ages 18 months to 18 years, however please contact them for information about their individualized programs for younger than 18 months and their teenagers/young adults program for 18 years old and above.
In addition to their expanding therapy services, they offer on-site accommodations for families on a first come, first serve basis who attend their Helping Hands programs. Housing and therapy programs are now available throughout the year. Families come from around the country as well as internationally for their intensive therapy programs and can now live on site for the 4 weeks their child receives our services.
For more information contact Scott Matthews, or 973-771-1582

Fall Camp Helping Hands
Check the Fall Camp link for the 2024 schedule. No information available

Camp Kid Power 
Kidnectivity, Northbrook, IL
Session 1: June 24th to July 12th, 2024
Session 2: July 15th to August 2nd, 2024
Camp Kid Power is an intensive summer therapy camp for children with hemiplegia ages 4 to 16 years old. Occupational and physical therapists combine principles of modified constraint induced movement therapy, bimanual intensive training, and caregiver education into a fun and playful group environment.
For more information contact Jeni Bates,

Cerebral Palsy Foundation 2024 Summer Camps
Comprehensive camp resource from the CP Foundation. They’ve included day camps that are specific in focus on sports, gymnastics, arts, or music and traditional overnight camps that offer a variety of outdoor programming such as horseback riding, canoeing, kayaking, skiing, archery, or indoor programs such as arts and crafts, culinary arts, or drama.

CP Soccer 
Multiple locations in the U.S. 
Anyone from 7 to 18 years old with ambulatory CP, stroke or traumatic brain injury may join to play CP soccer. They now have teams in New York City, Clifton NJ, Towson MD, Delray Beach FL, Houston TX, Dallas TX, Somerville MA, Atlanta GA, Richmond VA, Scottsdale Arizona, Clemson SC, Northern California, and Chicago. They have on online form to tell them about yourself (and your child), and they will reach out to talk about getting you on the field. See the Spring 2024 trip options.

Crossway CIMT Summer Camp, CIMT Summer 2024 flyer 
Charlotte, North Carolina
July 8th – July 26th, 2024
2024 CIMT Registration form, Application deadline is June 1, 2024
Crossway Pediatric Therapy Summer Camp Intensive uses a multi-component approach including Constraint Induced Movement Therapy, the Therasuit Method, the Universal Exercise Unit, and the FES Bike to improve the use of an affected limb, typically an arm, in individuals who have experienced neurological injuries such as stroke or brain injury. Crossway stands out as a beacon of excellence, bringing 15 years of unparalleled CIMT experience to families around the globe. This 3-week adventure is for campers ages 2-12.  For more information please visit their website or contact Rebecca Dillard at

Fight Camp
Milan, Italy
August 12 – 18, 2024
Registration is open from May – June 2024
Fight Camp is an intensive summer camp for children with CP and other neurodevelopmental disabilities ages 6 to 13 years old. The camp, created by FightTheStroke Foundation in Italy and led by physical-occupational therapists and adaptive sports trainers, use principles of bimanual intensive training and imitation learning through sport activities in a playful but group setting. It’s a daily camp, that has been held for many years in Milan, Italy, at no cost for the families. In 2024, the camp will be held August 12 -18, Monday-Sunday from 9AM to 5PM in Milan, Italy. Class ratio: 1 tutor per 1 child, depending on needs assessed during the recruitment stage. Spoken languages: Italian, English, Spanish. For more information click here.

Helping Kids with Hemiplegia 
Chapel Hill, North Carolina/UNC Hospitals
Camp Dates: June 18 – 23, 2024 
Registration has closed for 2024
UNC Children’s offers Helping Kids with Hemiplegia – CIMT Camp, a therapeutic day camp incorporating modified constraint-induced movement therapy into fun, goal-oriented games and activities for kids ages 4 to 10 with with a diagnosis of hemiplegic cerebral palsy. Camp is staffed by licensed occupational and physical therapists and student volunteers.

Helping Kids with Hemiplegia CIMT Camp does not charge registration or program fees thanks to generous private donations from families, local businesses, fundraising events, grants and our volunteers. A $100 tax-deductible donation is encouraged to help sustain their program.

For more information go to: Helping Kids with Hemiplegia – CIMT Camp or email * Priority is given to North Carolina residents, however they do accept out of state applicants. If you would like to learn more about becoming a volunteer check out their website. To volunteer, please complete the volunteer survey. (Must be 18 years old to volunteer.)

Powerhouse Therapy 
Atlanta, Georgia area
Powerhouse Therapy 2024 Program Sessions flyer
Registration is now open for 2024
June and July, 2024: 2-4 week Constraint Induced Movement Therapy for Upper or Lower Extremities
For ages 1-16 years. 1:1 therapy with occupational or physical therapists in a fun camp environment, utilizing principles of CIMT, bimanual therapy, caregiver education and hands-on training.
For more information, visit their website or email for session availability and pricing. Powerhouse Therapy Meta/Facebook page.