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PA211 Program


Kamp for Kids is proud to be part of PA211, a statewide collaborative for health

and human service information in Pennsylvania. This easy-to-remember 2-1-1

the phone number will link PA residents with human services throughout Pennsylvania.

Learn more by clicking:

Baseball program for children with special needs

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Stamp Pass Program

The Stamp Pass Program is open to any teen, ages 14-19 and is valid for FREE admission to a selection of Philadelphia's top museums and attractions.  Pass holders also get access to special events throughout the year.  To receive your free pass go to

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Additional Resources

Come enjoy Fun Family Bowling for anyone with special needs & family members at South Hanover Lanes. Tell them Kamp for Kids recommended you to receive the exclusive offer of $1.75 per game with free shoe rental except on Saturdays from 9pm - 11pm.

So your child has been diagnosed with autism
Disabilities Access & Employment Svcs
Safety Tips for Parents
Info on trade show opportunities
Nat'l Autism Assoc. guide on Police collaboration
Info for caregivers of individuals with autism
Free passess to cultural attraction in Philadelphia area
Recreational night for ages 12 to young adult
Youth and families resources for housing options 
Local svc providers for individuals with autism
CHOP center of autism research
Recreation and fun for all children
DBHIDS & CBH project for those with ASD
15 mobile apps that all parents need to know
Frugal mama coupon book
Frugal mama coupon book page
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Valentine's Day Personalized Coupon Sheets
Valentine's Day Personalized Coupon Sheets
Valentine's Day Personalized Coupon Sheets
Autism Resources for Bucks County
National autism organization
Support groups around the Philadelphia area
Philadelphia Autism Project offers a list of programs for kids and young adults with autism in the Southeastern Pa Region.
Scholarship for disabled students
Instructions for weighted blankets or lap pads
Emergency information regarding a child or adult with autism
More emergency information
Various autism resources
Free iPads from Danny's Wish
Grants Courtesy of Autism Speaks

Take 5 Respite Care Program provides temporary relief for family caregivers from the ongoing responsibility of caring for a child affected by a disability in Erie, Pa.
For the first time ever, individuals with disabilities can purchase an Art-Reach ACCESS Card that allows them to receive $2 admission to over 50 museums,
gardens, theaters, and cultural sites throughout Greater Philadelphia.
Please touch museum admission on the First Wednesday evening of every month is only $2 from 4 to 7 p.m. 

The Franklin Institute is pleased to present Community Nights! Everyone is welcome to join in the fun at these FREE educational and fun-filled science extravaganzas that include The Franklin Institute's famous permanent exhibits, special programs, and hands-on activities.

Admission is free and there is no need to pre-register. Doors open at 5:00 pm. 

Our Military Kids provides grants for all kinds of sports, fine arts, camps, tutoring, driver's education, high school band trips, STEM programs, and more.
Various resources in relation to special healthcare needs, disability rights, counseling, housing, legal advocacy, and more
Find food assistance, help paying bills, and other free or reduced cost programs, including new programs for the COVID-19 pandemic
Parenting special-needs magazine
Allow us to have more housing available on short notice for patients, or family members when an emergency medical condition requires a last-minute trip to a Greater Philadelphia hospital.
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