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Summer Camp 2020

DYT is going to look different this year due to the uncertainty around COVID-19. We have developed 4 kinds of camp options for all the deaf and hard of hearing kids and youth in BC.

  • Virtual Camps (online)

  • Camp-in-a-Box (online)

  • Outdoor Day Camps (in person)

  • Mentorship/Buddy Connect (online) – UNDER CONSTRUCTION


Scroll down and click on each type of camp to find more options for you to sign up for.

Virtual Camps (Online) – It’s virtually unbelievable!

Deaf Youth Today (DYT) is now offering Virtual Camps to keep your children entertained and engaged in fun AND learning while they're at home.


We are currently facing a strange new reality where we're practicing social distancing and living in isolation to stop the spread of COVID-19. What this means is that we're now doing something a bit different. DYT will be hosting a #dytathome virtual camp using the ZOOM platform. It's a great way to connect with kids anywhere in BC. 

#dytathome is an experience your kids will love while they are stuck at home!  Camps may include games, competitions, learning new skills, Yoga, Crossfit, Game Groups, Art, Baking or Sports. These sessions will keep your child busy and engaged. We tested these camps recently, and we had RAVE reviews and everyone wants more!

To learn more about these fantastic #dytathome camp 

Camp-in-a-Box (Online) - No campfires! we promise!

DYT Camp-in-a-Box is an online way to bring summer day camp to you! Our goal is to keep kids connected to friends, maintaining social interaction and language enrichment that is vital to the development, and most importantly… having a fun summer!

Each camper will receive a supply kit with a variety of interactive activities. Camps will be set up online to participate together as a group for a fun, active and social camp experience.

To learn more about these fantastic #dytcampinabox camp!

Outdoor Day Camps (In Person) – Fingers Crossed!

YEAH!!! Finally, we get to meet face to face (fingers crossed).  Campers can choose any or all of our 5 DYT DAY Camp options. DYT will focus on day camps taking place in outdoor areas and parks with regular handwashing and individualized supplies and equipment for all participants.  These DYT camps have been designed to ensure physical distancing and meeting all health requirements while allowing participants to safely enjoy some of DYT’s most popular programs.  In keeping with health safety, camps will be limited to 8 participants. We promise they will be lots of fun!

To learn more about all our #deafyouthtoday camp!

Mentorship/Buddy Connect (Online)


Chat with our DYT staff (individually or in small groups).  Bring your ideas and suggestions for topics and ideas or wait for DYT to post “theme” chats! 

To learn more about #dytbuddyconnect.


DYT is working on a safety plan for all our staff and our day camps (outdoor activities) while following guidelines from municipalities, WorkSafeBC, the Provincial Health Officer, and other recreation organizations.

We will be limiting the number of registrations in compliance with the Provincial Health Officer’s recommendations. DYT will post all our safety precautions on our website so you can be confident in our safety procedures. DYT will scale back or modify plans as required to protect public health.

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Family Network for Deaf Children 
Deaf Youth Today (our Summer & Teen Leadership Program)

PO Box 50075, South Slope RPO
Burnaby, B.C. V5J 5G3
Cell: 604-684-1860