Transition Camp

Collaroy Centre Homestead Avenue , Collaroy

Applications for this camp will close on Sunday 17 November 2019. Places will be allocated by the Camp Committee based on a selection criteria after the application close date.

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Date: Wednesday 22nd January 2020 – Friday 24th January 2020

Location: Collaroy Centre, 22 Homestead Ave, Collaroy NSW 2097
All campers must arrive and depart from the campsite with a parent or guardian.

Cost: $100.00 inclusive of all meals, accommodation and activities.

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Transition Camp is a 3-day camp aimed at children who are going into high school (Year 6 or 7). This camp will improve their confidence and ability to manage their diabetes more independently as they move into the high school environment. The recreation program includes activities which encourage the children to learn new skills and step outside their comfort zone; and the education sessions develops practical skills around sports, building a healthy lunchbox and how to manage their diabetes in the new situations they may face in high school.

Activities:

The recreation staff provide an action packed program with activities designed to support the development of new skills and encourage campers to make new friends. Activities include abseiling, archery, laser tag, rock climbing and many more. Campers are encouraged to try all of the different activities with complete support from the camp staff.

This camp is fully supervised by staff from Diabetes NSW & ACT and volunteer Health Professionals. The staff includes a Doctor, Diabetes Educators, Dietitians and Exercise Physiologists.

Camp is limited to 50 places. A selection protocol is used by the camp committee to allocate places, it’s NOT first in best dressed.

Financial assistance and travel grants are available upon request. Email camp@diabetesnsw.com.au for more information.

 

Event Details

Kids & Teens, Type 1 Wednesday, 22 January 2020 10:00 AM - 11:00 AM $100

Collaroy Centre
Homestead Avenue, Collaroy
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