Applications open for our first Teen and Young Adults camps of 2015
This week, a bit of shameless promotion, for those of you in the neighborhood of Victoria Australia who are on the autism spectrum or have a child who is.
With two stratospherically successful camps under our belt, the organization I work for, the I Can Network is revving up for our third and fourth!
First off, from the 13th to the 15th of March, our Young Adults camp (for 18-30 year olds) will be held, followed by a Teens camp (for 15-18 year olds) from the 1st to the 3rd of May.
Both will be held at the Doxa Youth Foundation camp site in Malmsbury, Victoria. It’s a fantastic location in the wilderness North West of Melbourne, and it’s well stocked with awesome ways to have fun, from a giant swing to a seesaw you can fit twenty people on!
You can get there by car, V-line train, or the Doxa camp bus from Kyneton train station.
Our camps are designed to foster confidence, acceptance, and mentoring relationships, so that today’s participants can become tomorrow’s leaders. Our organization is run by people on the autism spectrum, for people on the autism spectrum, so suffice it to say, we know our stuff in a very personal way.
The cost of participation is approximately $150, and you can register for the Young Adults Camp here: http://tinyurl.com/ICan-YoungAdults-2015-EOI and the Teens camp here: http://tinyurl.com/ICan-Teens-2015-EOI
If you have any questions, please don’t hesitate to contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org