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Camp Abilities offers kids a life-changing week: 'Everybody includes me'

Camp Abilities, a summer camp held at The College of Brockport in upstate New York for children who are blind or visually impaired, is something Andrew Meade-Colgrove looks forward to every year.

"We've always treated him as, 'Andrew, it is what it is. It's OK,'" his mom, Kim Meade-Colgove, told TODAY. "You can go out and do great things... be like any other kid and go to camp."

The week-long experience gives kids the opportunity to build up their motor skills and fitness, Dylan Dreyer reports for TODAY. Learn more at www.campabilities.org.

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