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Please download the application and send it with your payment to:
No Limits Diabetes,
414 E. Broadway
Danville, IN 46122
Our organization has two names, Diabetic Teens Without Boundaries is our IRS name, No Limits Diabetes is our common name both imply that limitations should not be placed just because of diabetes.
Who: No Limits Camp is open to Type 1 and Type 2 teens (ages 13 to 18). Teens and parents should realize that the nature of the program is active and intended to be challenging. All participants will be expected to accept challenges and try new activities. Teens should be ready to assume the primary role in their diabetes care and management. The amount of oversight in diabetes care by the medical staff and counselors will be determined by the skill levels of the teen.
Application: All applications are considered by the board of No Limits Diabetes. Selection will be made based on date of application and the ability to safely and fully participate in the program. A $50 deposit is required unless scholarship help is requested. Scholarships can be full or partial based on need and availability of funds. The full cost of camp is $325 including the deposit. (Donations to No Limits continue to absorb the difference between our actual cost and the fee charged. Every effort is made to insure that no family has to forego camp due to financial hardships.
Each teen needs to submit a health questionnaire PRIOR to camp. Returning campers will use an “update” form to provide information about any changes since last camp. This questionnaire, directions to camp, clothing list and check in procedures will be mailed upon acceptance.
International Programs: In 1993 arrangements were made through Camp Counselors USA to invite a group of Russian teens to join our programs for the summer. Since that time, more than 100 different teens from Eastern Europe and Eurasia have been invited to participate both as campers and counselors. The program now concentrates on smaller towns in Russia and is open to teens from other countries as well. Teens attend camp, stay in host families and tour some diabetes related industries.
Programs have also been held in Russia for Russian and American teens. These are currently under negotiation.