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KODA Camp Ohio
The Only Deaf-Owned and Operated KODA Camp in Ohio
KODA Camp Ohio 2019
Camp Graham in Clarksville, Ohio
July 7th to July 12th 2019

$235 per camper
Family with more than one KODAs (Brothers/Sisters),
1st camper is $235.  2nd camper is $215.  3rd camper is $190.

Eligibility:  Hearing children, age 7 to 17, who have deaf parents or
grandparents. If KODA Camper has a deaf brother or sister, the deaf
camper is eligible but must be age between 7 and 17 and
accompany with KODA sibling to camp.

KODA Campers who live outside of Ohio are welcome!!
Transportation from
Dayton International Airport can be provided.
$50 Fee for airport transportation, for pick up and drop off.
Deron Emmons to make transportation arrangements.
  • Swimming
  • Hiking
  • Capture the Flag
  • Games
  • Team Building
  • Family Groups
  • Bonfire
  • Arts and Crafts
  • Dance Night
  • Meet new friends
  • Meet Adult CODAs
  • Deaf Culture
  • Many More!!!

To register your KODA
KODA Camp Registration for each camper      

Payment can be made by sending in a check payable to KODA Camp Ohio.  
Credit Card accepted.  If you want to pay
with credit card over the phone (VP), please call 937-641-8094.
You can use PayPal to pay for registration fee.  Send in the application and medical
forms and pay using PayPal.

If you want to set up a payment plan or have any question,
please email to Deron Emmons or call VP, 937-641-8203.

Complete the application and medical forms and mail with payment to:

KODA Camp Ohio
732 S. Ludlow St.
Dayton, OH 45402
KODA Camp is run by Deron Emmons, Deaf, the original founder of Ohio’s
KODA Camp in 2000.  Deron is a Licensed Social Worker and has over 25
years of experience working with Deaf, Hard of Hearing and KODA/CODA.

This camp is for hearing children who have deaf parents and/or
grandparents.  Kids Of Deaf Adults (KODAs) have the experience of living
in the Deaf World and the Hearing World.  This camp is an opportunity for
KODAs to meet new friends, share their stories, share their values and
insights, develop life skills to prevent alcohol and drug use, develop
leadership skills by participating in team-building activities and much more!!
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