15 Reasons to Visit Camp Shane’s Weight Loss Program

15 Reasons to Visit Camp Shane’s Weight Loss Program


I’m always looking for resources on health and wellness for children. I came across this excellent program through Instagram called Camp Shane. Staying fit and losing weight has multiple factors involved, including diet and exercise. Additionally, being overweight can cause children to have low self-esteem and even be bullied. Camp Shane offers a childhood obesity weight loss program that is amazing. Here are 15 reasons:

  • Fun, upbeat, happy, and exciting
  • Nice staff
  • Encouraging
  • Supportive
  • Meet friends
  • Meet counselors
  • Play hard
  • Use the computer center to stay connected with family
  • Learn how to eat healthy
  • Learn from the experts: a Physician, Registered Dietitian, and Cognitive Behavioral Therapist run the quality program
  • Learn how to exercise
  • Lose weight (15-50 pounds!) (feel better)
  • The focus is on positive activities and meaningful discussions
  • Kind, friendly, inclusive, safe, structured, and highly supervised environment
  • Help you keep healthy habits even when you are back at home

Thank you, Camp Shane for having such a wonderful, fun weight loss resource for children!

Camp Shan

Camp Shane

Camp Shane

Camp Shane


Please post any comments on your experience at Camp Shane!

Also, please let me know if you have a program or have attended a program that helps children live healthier lives. I would love to feature it in a future post! Thank you!!!


Ipuna Black

Ipuna Black

I’m the mother of four children and have worked in the area of pediatrics as a nurse since 2001. A few initials I have accumulated include: PhD in Nursing, MSN in Nursing, Pediatric Nurse Practitioner, and RN. My seven-year-old son was hospitalized in 2015 for almost two months with encephalitis and Guillain Barré syndrome. This gave me a deeper perspective on health and wellness for children, and Healthy Kids Play was born. Healthy Kids Play is a child health and wellness blog sharing resources and information to help parents make informed decisions to keep our children healthy and playing. My mission is to help parents, caretakers, educators, and researchers raise healthy kids by sharing resources and information on the multiple influences on child health (physical, intellectual, emotional, social, spiritual, and environmental). I hope to inspire others to keep our children playing. After all, they are our next generation.

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