turner syndrome camps retreats

Camps and Retreats

The 2023 X Factor Summer Bash

When:      July 29, 2023 arrive by 10AM to 6PM
Where:     Liberty Lake Picnic, Bordentown, NJ
Cost:        *Free for the first 100 individuals with TS and their immediate families. Sign up early!
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The annual retreat has been held each year for adult women, girls, and their families to come together to unwind, spend time surrounded by nature, and connect with others who understand the Turner syndrome life. This time together has been said to be a calming and holistic experience where one can nurture their mind, body, and spirit, network with others, and create lasting friendships.
We hope to see you there!

Summer Camp
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Join the Turner Syndrome Foundation for a FREE day of Fun in the Sun on July 29, 2023 at Liberty Lake Picnic in Bordentown, NJ. We will have a covered pavilion just for us with seating. Rain or shine the event will go on!!

Families affected by TS are invited to spend the day socializing and having fun outside. Activities include games, swimming, mini golf, eating, and more! This event is for all ages and is a great way to meet new people! There are two pools and dressing rooms, so be sure to bring your swimsuits! 

Food and drinks are provided all day and, yes, there are gluten-free options available. Coolers and adult beverages are permitted (no glass bottles, please). 

Introduction and group meets begin at ten, so please don’t be late!

Summer Camps

The summer months present a respite for girls to overcome difficulties and to interact with other girls sharing the same genetic anomaly and concerns.  Summer recess provides an opportunity to gain independence and confidence from engaging in educational and social programs to foster new skills, friendships, and lasting memories.  Health specific sleep-a-way camp offers counseling and enrichments critical to the social and psychological development of girls with this disorder.

Emotional Intelligence Developed Through Camp Experience
Self-awareness, self-control, empathy, the ability to wait, the ability to listen, cooperate, share and work well with others are predictors of adult success and happiness more than traditional IQ scores according to Daniel Goldman, clinical psychologist and author of “Emotional Intelligence”.  Children whose emotional intelligence skills are well-developed tend to be more successful at school, have deeper and healthier relationships, grow up to have more fulfilling work lives and become valuable and contributing members of their communities. He asserts these skills can be taught.

  • Children away from home with new friends and new challenges can learn to identify their own strengths and abilities, perserverance, and build new life skills.
  • Camp counselors model and teach emotional intelligence skills by modeling perserverance, listening, teamwork and appreciation of differences building a feeling of acceptance and the ability to live independently one day.

  • Camp Carefree, Stokesdale, NC
    “FREE” Medically Supervised camp experience July www.campcarefree.org
  • Camp Maple Leaf, Wallingford, VTA fun day camp experience that focuses on social thinking and leisure and relaxation skills development for children and adolescents diagnosed with: Nonverbal Learning Disabilities, Asperger’s Syndrome, High Functioning Autism and PDD-NOS.
    Visit website:  www.MapleLeafClinic.com
  • National Turner Syndrome Camp, CA www.ntscamp.org
  • Boston International Turner Syndrome Summit, MA  www.bitssummit.org

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