Kids’ Club is a nine-week summer day camp for children with disabilities ages 10 through 17.  In addition to fun and engaging daily activities and field trips, campers will take part in job exploration activities.

It’s difficult to find child care for any child who has severe disabilities. When that child reaches the age where most children stop going to child care, it becomes virtually impossible. We know many hard-working families who are placed in serious financial jeopardy each summer as they struggle to provide support and supervision for their children while maintaining employment.

 Kids’ Club 2018 is June 4th – July 27th

Locations and Times:

Springdale – The Jones Center for Families 12:30 – 5:30

Fayetteville – Fayetteville Boys and Girls Club 12:30 – 5:30

Fort Smith – Elm Grove Center (MLK Park Center) 11 – 3

Rogers – The Center for Non-Profits 12:30 – 5:30

Siloam Springs – Siloam Springs Boys and Girls Club 12:30 – 5:30


Register for Kids’ Club


Questions? Contact Kasi Miller at or call  479-644-7346.

Our partnerships with the activity centers in our partner communities have provided opportunities for kids with significant disabilities to take part in all kinds of activities with other kids their own age. It’s proven to be a great learning experience for the kids with disabilities and for the other kids who attend KidsClub.

In an effort to better meet the needs of the families, we expanded our camp to a full nine weeks in 2002. We are determined to make it possible for working parents to keep their jobs when school is not in session.

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In 1997, Arkansas Support Network started a four-week, half-day summer camp for kids with disabilities ages 10 through 17. Since 2000 we’ve provided this service, which we call KidsClub, in partnership with the Fayetteville Boys and Girls Club. Since that time we have continued to work hard to make KidsClub available and accessible to more families in Northwest Arkansas. In the past, families traveled from Rogers, Springdale, and Siloam Springs to bring their children to the Fayetteville Boys and Girls Club. This was more than an inconvenience for families. It also meant that these kids weren’t able to spend summers with kids from their own neighborhoods and schools. To offer improved availability and accessibility to families in the region, we currently operate KidsClub in partnership with The Jones Center for Families in Springdale, the Rogers Activity Center, and the Siloam Springs Boys and Girls Club. In these four locations, our most recent KidsClub had a total enrollment of over 65 kids.