410.778.3195  |  PO Box 594  |  819 High Street  |  Chestertown, MD 21620

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Easter Seals/ Camp Fairlee 

offers camping experience for disabled individuals, enabling them to develop independence and self- confidence through a variety of camp activities. Respite programs and weekend camping are available throughout the year.

United Needs and Abilities (formerly Epilepsy Association of the Eastern Shore)

provides financial support services to Kent County residents with developmental disabilities and/or epilepsy to pay for therapy, medical care, assistive technology, respite, camps, utility assistance, adaptive equipment and other support needs. Residential and vocational opportunities, education, referral, advocacy training and family training are provided.

Kent Association of Riding Therapy (KART)

A therapeutic riding program for adults and children with physical and mental challenges. The program is designed to afford each participant the opportunity to reach their potential through riding, classroom activities and horse care.

Kent Center

enables adults with developmental disabilities to live and work as fully as their capabilities permit through day programs, supported employment opportunities, residential support services and transportation.

Kent County Medical Adult Day Care Foundation

provides daily social opportunities for adults with disability and medical needs. United Way funds enable volunteers to take disabled adults on outings and provide special meals and activities.

Rebuilding Kent County Together

coordinates volunteer professionals and workers to construct such necessary improvements as wheelchair ramps, stair railings and other modifications to homes of the elderly, ill or those otherwise in need.


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Agency Spotlight:

Easter Seals Camp Fairlee, Kent County

Summer 2013...Camp Fairlee or more officially Easter Seal's Fairlee Manor Recreation and Education Center is a beautiful, residential/recreational and respite camp on 250 sprawling acres on Fairlee Creek.  Over 400 campers with disabilities, ages 7 to 82, enjoyed sessions offered June thru August - and your support made it all possible!
Once again, Easter Seals offered two week long sessions with one-to-one camper/counselor ratios accommodating the intense needs of children with autism.  These weeks are vital to the families of the campers because very few recreational options exist for people with disabilities. 

Camp Fairlee video


On United Way support:

"I get the peace of mind that comes with knowing they are receiving round the clock supervision and care.  The staff always seems to have a high level of energy while also displaying a fantastic sensitivity to both our kids and our needs."

Camper Mom, Camp Fairlee Manor