By Sandy West Olivia Klassen’s face lights up when she talks about summer camp. She loves to do the scavenger hunt with her camp friends.
She also loves paddleboarding, swimming in the lake and “kitchen raids.” But what she loves most is being surrounded by kids who, just like her, have Type 1 diabetes — which allows her to focus on having fun instead of being different. “Camp is a top priority for me,” Klassen, 13, said of Camp Ho Mita Koda. “I don’t really feel the same without camp.
That’s my second family, my home away from home. Being there makes me feel like a normal kid, because everyone is doing the same things I do.” Camp Ho Mita Koda, in Newbury Township, Ohio, is one of about 300 American summer camps focused on people withRead more on themighty.com