NDIS Approved “Catch-All” Camps

Aussie Kids Adventure Camps are a child-safe, trauma informed organisation who promotes the physical and mental wellbeing of each camper and celebrates their individuality.

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Horseback Riding

 

Catch-All Camps 2020 Brochure

Catch-All Camps Program Outcomes

Accessing our Camps through the NDIS

Adventure Camp Information

As a leading provider in the Capacity Building – Innovation Community Participation/Increased social and community participation stream we are able to offer the adventure camp experience to children with Autism, Mental Health and Intellectual Disabilities between the age of 7 to 16 (see the link above or below for how to access our camps through the NDIS).

Aussie Kids Adventure Camps has so far taken away over 200 children into the great outdoors since it was established in 2017.

Our experienced staff are qualified, trauma informed & have years of expertise in their specialised fields.

SOCIAL & EMOTIONAL PROGRAM

“CATCH-ALL CAMPS”

Our unique program has been developed with activities that are supported to build the individuals self esteem, confidence and relieve anxiety in social settings. Children work in teams to improve peer relational & general social skills.

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The “Catch-all Camps” is a weekend overnight camp that operates within the Mid North Coast, North Coast regions of NSW. We utilise the same camp venue in each region to provide stability and familiarity. The program runs a six month cycle with limited numbers (does not need to be attended consecutively to be of benefit).

The “Catch-all Camps” offer:

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Sand Sculpting
  • A weekend overnight camp
  • Stability and familiarity of the same location
  • Program runs a six month cycle
  • Respite for parents and carers
  • 1:3 constant qualified supervision
  • Transport from location city centre
  • Overnight accommodation
  • Nutritious meals
  • Peer interaction
  • Supported activities
  • Lasting memories and new friendships                     

Experienced and Professional Outcome based reporting also available.

Upcoming Camp Dates:

Port Macquarie

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Surfing experience

 

1-2 February 2020

7-8 March 2020

4-5 April 2020

Taree/Great Lakes

8-9 February 2020

14-15 March 2020

18-19 April 2020

Coffs Harbour

15-16 February 2020

21-22 March 2020

18-19 April 2020

For Further Information contact Tamara on 0422 089 635

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River Rafting

 

or aussiekidsadventurecamps@gmail.com

Catch-All Camps 2020 Brochure

Catch-All Camps Program Outcomes

Accessing our Camps through the NDIS

Adventure Camp Information

Click here to read our – Privacy Policy September 2019

“Gosh where do I start … 🤷🏻‍♀️Ok here goes … in my family’s case, I sent my middle child to camp after she harassed me every day to go 😝 She wanted to go to adventure camp and it was 100% her decision to go. Some of the positive outcomes for us were that it gave my gregarious daughter space away from her siblings to reboot and recharge. She has always been adventurous and at home has to be louder, prouder etc so for her to be at camp (on her own) not compared to her sister (s) or brother was beneficial. I think camp really cemented the fact that she was independent, brave and confident. She loved meeting new people, making new friends and having so many opportunities and activities to do away from the TV or devices. She wants to go again – I think that says it all ❤️ 😃😃

Parent of daughter age 9

“My eldest son was busting to go. For him it was great as he had had a challenging end to the year. The camp allowed him to be stress free, have fun, be himself without judgement or expectations. It gave him time away from his younger sibling, he was able to be independent and not worry about things that were troubling him. He is an outdoor kid and loved every minute of it.”

Parent of son age 10

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