Camp Tall Tree

UPDATED: March 12, 2020

At Camp Tall Tree, we believe in creating a world that fits our campers, rather than shaping our campers to fit the world. To that end, we consider camper perspective and needs in all that we plan and do. This includes:

-Challenge by choice activities
-Visual expectations and reminders
-Sensory break areas, including access to quiet spaces during any noisy parts of the day
-Structured & predictable daily schedule
-Access to visual & written communication systems with staff

In our siblings program, we anticipate kids coming to us with a different perspective and experience at home than other kids their age. We hire enthusiastic and passionate counselors to ensure campers in this program receive love and individual attention for a week in which they get to be the center of their experience and have a week that’s “all about them”. Many of our Sibling Program staff are siblings of individuals with a diagnosis as well, giving them a perspective through which they can relate to their campers.

  • Languages:
  • English
  • Insurances Accepted:
  • Call for Fee
  • Medicaid


943 Lennox
Ann Arbor, MI 48103
United States


Camp Tall Tree



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