Bradford Woods

About Bradford Woods

Bradford Woods, Indiana University’s Outdoor Center, improves the quality of life for people of all abilities by using its unique outdoor setting to provide education, therapy, and recreation, while providing students and faculty with a world-class research and learning experience.


Recreation Therapy Intern

May 2018 - August 2018 Martinsville, IN
“I loved that I had an opportunity to work with so many different populations throughout the summer. Each week was dedicated to a population with different abilities. Below is a breakdown of the various camps and populations. Camp Hi-Lite - Campers 8-22 with Down Syndrome Camp Riley 2 - Campers 8-18 who strive with a 1:2 counselor to camper ratio Camp About Face - Campers 8-18 with craniofacial anomalies Little Red Door - Campers 8-18 who have cancer or are in remission and their friends or family CHAMP Camp - Campers 8-18 who use tracheotomies Camp R.O.C.K.S. - Campers 8-18 along the autism spectrum Camp Independence - Campers 8-18 with sickle cell anemia Camp Kan-Du - Campers 8-18 who have severe and profound disabilities who function cognitively from 12-36 months Camp Riley 1 - Campers 8-18 who strive with a 1:1 counselor to camper ratio Camp Riley 3/Venture - Campers 8-18 who strive with a 1:3 counselor to camper ratio Adult Camp 1 & 2 - Campers 18+ who have attended a Riley Camp MDA - Campers with muscular dystrophy Camp Possibility - Campers age 18-35 with a physical disability, use a wheelchair, and have a high school diploma or higher”
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