The Summer Program for Handicapped Children, also known as Camp Scott, provides a social, recreational and academic program for developmentally disabled children and adolescents, ages 7-21. The program is the only one of its kind in the Panhandle and enables approximately 38-42 youngsters to have a fun and stimulating summer experience. The Camp consists of one 5-week session running Monday through Friday from 9:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. beginning the second week of June and running through the third week in July. Camp is held at the Valley View Activity Center, Scottsbluff. Activities include arts/crafts, life skills, music, water activities, therapeutic horseback riding, large/small motor activities, field trips, volunteer guest presentations, a family picnic, and a 4-H picnic and horse show. Transportation and lunch are provided. The cost of the 5-week session is $100.00 plus a $25 activity fee. Scholarships are available. A Board of Directors oversees the Camp and hires a highly qualified staff recruited from our local communities. Camp Scott has benefited from being a United Way agency for many years.