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Pediatric Pain Camp

This will be stories related to CCK’s Pediatric Pain Camp week. It will feature stories of camp goers, fundraising information, and information about the camp.

How Camp Is Changing Lives For All Ages

Published on December 1, 2015 under Guest Blogger for RSDSA
By Candice Clifford. Volunteer from the Center for Courageous Kids Pediatric Pain Camp Session. CRPS Warrior. Experiences which leave an impression on your heart are the ones that stay with you forever… I ventured to Kentucky this past July to volunteer at the Center for Courageous Kids’ (CCK) inaugural Pediatric Pain Camp.  I took a solo trip, not knowing what to expect but ready to have fun with the campers.  To many, Kentucky seemed like a random place for this east coast girl to be traveling to.  However, as I reflect back on my experience at CCK, there was nothing random about this trip, rather I’d like to believe it was serendipitous. Working with children who live with chronic pain…
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CCK- We Feel So Good: A Reflection of Our Experience at the Center for Courageous Kids in Scottsville, Kentucky

Published on July 21, 2015 under Pediatric Pain Camp
 By Samantha Barrett, RSDSA's Special Events Coordinator I have a confession to make- I have never been to summer camp. Or, at least I hadn’t experienced camp until this past week when I went to the Center for Courageous Kids, where there was a week for pediatric pain. This was made possible by a collaboration between The Coalition Against Pediatric Pain, RSDSA, U.S. Pain Foundation, Rock Out to Knock Out RSD, and of course The Center for Courageous Kids. It is amazing what we can do when we all work together. I was able to adventure to Kentucky to represent RSDSA at this camp and had some fun of my own! The children and their families were able to partake…
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Camp for Courageous Kids!!!!

Published on April 2, 2015 under Bully Free Zone
Do you remember sitting around the campfire and signing camp songs, roasting marshmallows and giggling with your new friends? It's your first day of summer camp and you are so excited to be there, to join in all the activities:  archery, bowling, arts & crafts, horseback riding, etc. Fast forward 25 years to being a Mom and/or Dad whose child who lives in chronic pain - there are no summer camps for your child because he/she is "too complex." But now there is a SUMMER CAMP for children living in chronic pain: THE CENTER FOR COURAGEOUS KIDS in Scottsville, Kentucky. RSDSA together with the US Pain Foundation and The Coalition Against Pediatric Pain (TCAPP) is sponsoring a camp July 14-17,…
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