Here are some more factors you should look into about the camp where you are planning to send your child.
Medication: Will they be taking responsibility for making sure that your child is taking his medicines regularly? (This is especially important if your child has seizures or other medical complications)
Toileting: Do they have accessible toilets? Do they have someone to help your child with toileting?
Other daily activities: If your child is dependent, will there be someone to help your child?
Special diet and feeding: If your child needs a special diet, will they make it for your child? Will they assist with feeding (if required) A special needs summer camp will usually make such arrangements, but it is always better to confirm.
Emergency care: How close is the nearest hospital? What arrangements do they have for emergency care?
Alternate recreational activities: If the camp is designed for regular children, will they offer alternate activities in case your child is not able to do the activity that other children are doing.
Safety: Will the environment and activities be safe for your child.
Consider all these aspects when you decide on a summer camp for your child. A little bit of thought and planning can help your child have a memorable summer.