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This photo shows Camper Alberto holding a pool cue while SSP Deanna is explaining the layout of the pool balls on the pool table.
This photo shows Camper Sarah pulling back the bow and aiming the arrow at the archery target. And Sarah is wearing a black t-shirt with the DeafBlind Camp of Texas logo on the back.
This photo shows Camper Amanda with her SSP signing into her hand as they play a game of Bingo.
This photo shows Camper Amanda flying off the Zipline tower with her mouth open. I think she is screaming!
This photo shows Camper Natalie sliding down the blue waterslide head first lying on her back.
This photo shows Camper Natalie with her SSP and a camp staffer petting the donkey, while the donkey is standing next to Camper Natalie. Natalie is petting the top of the donkey's head.
This photo shows Camper Natalie climbing the rock wall. She is wearing a safety helmet and is wearing a body harness with ropes to prevent her from falling.
This photo shows Camper Natalie and SSP Jen covered in shaving cream. It is on their bodies, in their hair, and everywhere! They are both smiling!
This photo shows Camper Alberto swinging high in the air on the big swing. He is wearing a safety helmet, a body harness, and he is holding onto the rope.
This photo shows several campers and SSPs holding arms to form a circle while standing in the pool. They are wearing swimsuits while standing in pool water that came up to their shoulders.
This photo shows many campers and SSPs in the swimming pool. Camper Alberto is on the shoulders of Camper Andrew. Camper Tanya is doing a handstand out of the water, while holding onto two others.
This photo shows many campers and SSPs holding onto one another's shoulders to form a line of people, all dancing. It is just one of the many dances we all enjoyed the last night at camp!

OUR MISSION

To empower people who are  DeafBlind through equal opportunities to live fully and  productively, including full  access to employment, technology, education, and to  enable socialization to reduce isolation.

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  • September 15, 2019 12:00 PM
    Avery Ranch Golf Club, 10500 Avery Club Drive, Austin TX 78717

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We appreciate your support!
Goal: $10,000.00
Collected: $3,356.00
34%

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Camp 

DBCTX offers a barrier-free camp experience for individuals who are DeafBlind.  

Campers must be 18 years or over.

Campers should be self-directed.

Campers must have a combined hearing and vision loss.

Camp Junior

DBCTX, Jr offers a barrier-free camp experience that also prepares teens who are DeafBlind for adult life.

Campers must be 14 - 22 years of age.

Campers must still be in high school.

Campers must have a combined hearing and vision loss.

Campers should be self-directed.


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Mailing Address:

2504 Wild Life Run

Cedar Park, TX 78613

Email:  Info@dbctx.org


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