Around 25 children and young adults with cerebral palsy from Utah and surrounding states will take part in a number of outdoor activities during the seventh annual Camp Kudos Thursday through Saturday at Jordanelle Reservoir and Snowbird Resort.
The camp is co-sponsored by Shriners Hospital, Primary Children's Medical Center Cerebral Palsy Clinic and Snowbird Adaptive Sports. Children will be able to try water skiing, canoeing and other water sports using adaptive equipment provided by the national Ability Center.
Friday and Saturday, campers will choose from a number of activities at Snowbird such as music, art and drama therapy, the latter led by Hollywood actress Rebecca Street.
Camp Kudos was started in 1994 to provide children with cerebral palsy with an opportunity to participate in activities that would increase independence and build self-esteem.