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Mar
24
Fri
Kookaburra Kids Camp – Grades 5&6
Mar 24 @ 5:00 pm – Mar 26 @ 2:00 pm

Kookaburra Kids’ camp program support children living in families affected by mental illness.

Kookaburra Kids Camps are free and offer children respite from their carer role, a safe environment to learn and talk about mental illness, as well as the chance to participate in a range of fun confidence building activities.

A central part of the Kookaburra Kids Camp is the Chat Group. Chat Group provides an opportunity for the children to learn about mental illness and how it affects families; share their experiences and to discover and improve their coping skills and resilience. This all takes place in a fun-filled, supportive and caring atmosphere, and is developed and overseen by people who are highly trained in this area.

Who is eligible?
Kookaburra Kids camps are open to children living in families affected by mental illness aged 8 – 18years.
To register a child to the Kookaburra Kids program go to Refer a Child
Or to learn more please contact the Kookaburra Kids office on (02) 9525 7474

 

May
5
Fri
Kookaburra Kids Camp – Grades 9-12
May 5 @ 5:00 pm – May 7 @ 2:00 pm

Kookaburra Kids’ camp program support children living in families affected by mental illness.

Kookaburra Kids Camps are free and offer children respite from their carer role, a safe environment to learn and talk about mental illness, as well as the chance to participate in a range of fun confidence building activities.

A central part of the Kookaburra Kids Camp is the Chat Group. Chat Group provides an opportunity for the children to learn about mental illness and how it affects families; share their experiences and to discover and improve their coping skills and resilience. This all takes place in a fun-filled, supportive and caring atmosphere, and is developed and overseen by people who are highly trained in this area.

Who is eligible?
Kookaburra Kids camps are open to children living in families affected by mental illness aged 8 – 18years.
To register a child to the Kookaburra Kids program go to Refer a Child
Or to learn more please contact the Kookaburra Kids office on (02) 9525 7474

May
19
Fri
South Coast NSW – Grades 9-12
May 19 @ 5:00 pm – May 21 @ 2:00 pm

Kookaburra Kids’ camp program support children living in families affected by mental illness.

Kookaburra Kids Camps are free and offer children respite from their carer role, a safe environment to learn and talk about mental illness, as well as the chance to participate in a range of fun confidence building activities.

A central part of the Kookaburra Kids Camp is the Chat Group. Chat Group provides an opportunity for the children to learn about mental illness and how it affects families; share their experiences and to discover and improve their coping skills and resilience. This all takes place in a fun-filled, supportive and caring atmosphere, and is developed and overseen by people who are highly trained in this area.

Who is eligible?
Kookaburra Kids camps are open to children living in families affected by mental illness aged 8 – 18years.
To register a child to the Kookaburra Kids program go to Refer a Child
Or to learn more please contact the Kookaburra Kids office on (02) 9525 7474

Jul
28
Fri
Taking Flight
Jul 28 @ 5:00 pm – Jul 30 @ 2:00 pm
Sep
8
Fri
South Coast NSW Camp – Grades 3&4
Sep 8 @ 5:00 pm – Sep 10 @ 2:00 pm

Kookaburra Kids’ camp program support children living in families affected by mental illness.

Kookaburra Kids Camps are free and offer children respite from their carer role, a safe environment to learn and talk about mental illness, as well as the chance to participate in a range of fun confidence building activities.

A central part of the Kookaburra Kids Camp is the Chat Group. Chat Group provides an opportunity for the children to learn about mental illness and how it affects families; share their experiences and to discover and improve their coping skills and resilience. This all takes place in a fun-filled, supportive and caring atmosphere, and is developed and overseen by people who are highly trained in this area.

Who is eligible?
Kookaburra Kids camps are open to children living in families affected by mental illness aged 8 – 18years.
To register a child to the Kookaburra Kids program go to Refer a Child
Or to learn more please contact the Kookaburra Kids office on (02) 9525 7474

Oct
20
Fri
Kookaburra Kids Camp – Grades 3&4
Oct 20 @ 5:00 pm – Oct 22 @ 2:00 pm

Kookaburra Kids’ camp program support children living in families affected by mental illness.

Kookaburra Kids Camps are free and offer children respite from their carer role, a safe environment to learn and talk about mental illness, as well as the chance to participate in a range of fun confidence building activities.

A central part of the Kookaburra Kids Camp is the Chat Group. Chat Group provides an opportunity for the children to learn about mental illness and how it affects families; share their experiences and to discover and improve their coping skills and resilience. This all takes place in a fun-filled, supportive and caring atmosphere, and is developed and overseen by people who are highly trained in this area.

Who is eligible?
Kookaburra Kids camps are open to children living in families affected by mental illness aged 8 – 18years.
To register a child to the Kookaburra Kids program go to Refer a Child
Or to learn more please contact the Kookaburra Kids office on (02) 9525 7474

Nov
3
Fri
Kookaburra Kids Camp – Grades 7&8
Nov 3 @ 5:00 pm – Nov 5 @ 2:00 pm

Kookaburra Kids’ camp program support children living in families affected by mental illness.

Kookaburra Kids Camps are free and offer children respite from their carer role, a safe environment to learn and talk about mental illness, as well as the chance to participate in a range of fun confidence building activities.

A central part of the Kookaburra Kids Camp is the Chat Group. Chat Group provides an opportunity for the children to learn about mental illness and how it affects families; share their experiences and to discover and improve their coping skills and resilience. This all takes place in a fun-filled, supportive and caring atmosphere, and is developed and overseen by people who are highly trained in this area.

Who is eligible?
Kookaburra Kids camps are open to children living in families affected by mental illness aged 8 – 18years.
To register a child to the Kookaburra Kids program go to Refer a Child
Or to learn more please contact the Kookaburra Kids office on (02) 9525 7474

Nov
17
Fri
South Coast NSW Camp – Grades 7&8
Nov 17 @ 5:00 pm – Nov 19 @ 2:00 pm

Kookaburra Kids’ camp program support children living in families affected by mental illness.

Kookaburra Kids Camps are free and offer children respite from their carer role, a safe environment to learn and talk about mental illness, as well as the chance to participate in a range of fun confidence building activities.

A central part of the Kookaburra Kids Camp is the Chat Group. Chat Group provides an opportunity for the children to learn about mental illness and how it affects families; share their experiences and to discover and improve their coping skills and resilience. This all takes place in a fun-filled, supportive and caring atmosphere, and is developed and overseen by people who are highly trained in this area.

Who is eligible?
Kookaburra Kids camps are open to children living in families affected by mental illness aged 8 – 18years.
To register a child to the Kookaburra Kids program go to Refer a Child
Or to learn more please contact the Kookaburra Kids office on (02) 9525 7474

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