Jewish summer camps are overhauling food programs.
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When I think about the time I went to Jewish sleep-away camp at age 6, the memory, much like the experience, leaves a bitter taste in my mouth. My unpleasant experience was not due to any homesickness or camper unfriendliness or even the activities at camp.
First-ever national study on Jewish institutions and disabilities finds more accessibility than expected, but little publicity.
Jewish overnight camps are serving more children with disabilities and special needs than had previously been believed, but are doing little to publicize or market these offerings, according to a preliminary study released last week by the Foundation for Jewish Camp (FJC).