Sleepovers and school camps are an important part of school life in Australia. This can be a very exciting time. However, for children with a disability going to camp might require special arrangements to make it a joyful experience.

At What Ability camps, participants are provided with 1:1 support in a relaxed, group environment for 3 days and 2 nights away from home. Here they are able to build meaningful friendships and develop independence through fun-filled social opportunities.

What Ability is an approved Voluntary Out of Home Care (VOOHC) provider and supports participants in accordance with all relevant VOOHC requirements.

Time away from home is such an integral part of growing up. Not just for the participant but also for their families. What Ability believes camps can provide participants with opportunities and experiences that allow them to thrive and flourish to their full potential, all whilst having fun.

Camps are filled with fun activities like jet-skiing, beach days, bushwalks, caring for and feeding animals, water slides, cooking meals and baking, campfires and roasting marshmallows, family style dinners and movie nights.

Camp gives participants a safe place, where they can relax, be themselves and grow as individuals… and as always happiness comes first!

Check out What Ability Camps date for 2023 here




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