Contacts

92 Bowery St., NY 10013

thepascal@mail.com

+1 800 123 456 789

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Family Camp brings together deaf and hard of hearing kids, their parents and siblings. Everyone will enjoy fun planned activities and build connections with other children and parents. The next Family Camp will be held in 2022 in a new venue. Dates and venue are to be confirmed. We are planning to hold this event during the warmer months, so please register your interest and let us know your preference! **We will release dates in accordance to government regulations.**

Description

Family Camp is dedicated to providing fun experiences for deaf and hard of hearing (DHH) children aged naught to 15 years, their parents and siblings. This two day overnight camp is a unique opportunity to meet a welcoming community, learn from the experiences of others and connect with people that are travelling a similar path.

Camp highlights include:

  • D/HoH children and their siblings make new friends and build their confidence
  • A range of fun, engaging and confidence building activities 
  • Parents and carers have an opportunity to connect, share experiences and learn from each other.
  • Take part in workshops to find out about the different supports available to you and your child/ren
  • Panel of deaf and hard of hearing adults sharing their experiences and answering your questions

 

When To be confirmed
Where
To be confirmed
Who Deaf and hard of hearing children aged 0 - 15 years, their siblings and parents/carers

Cost 

To be confirmed, depending on date and venue.

 

The Family Camp will have Auslan interpreters.

Contact details

For any online registration or camp questions email events@deafchildren.org.au

 

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