Openlight

Camp 38

Goal focused camps for young people with autism.

Openlight Camp 38 providing an inclusive environment

Run over the school holidays Camp 38 provides an authentic camping experience to families who might not have the chance to take a traditional holiday. With an emphasis on FUN and working towards NDIS goals, camp 38 has something for the whole family and the family as a whole.

 

Camp 38 provides and inclusive non-judgemental environment where young people with Autism are able to reach goals, learn life skills while having positive peer interaction.

 

Camp 38 is tailored with the individual needs of the young person with Autism at heart giving them many opportunities to build social skills, emotional regulation, and life skills with professional management of sensory needs.

 

Camp 38 considers the needs of every member of the family providing a program that includes family time, young person time, sibling time, and adult time.

 

The Camp focuses on self-care for all attendees and offers a range of fun activities to give the whole family a memorable and enjoyable 5-day adventure at Victor Harbor.

 

 

With likeminded families, this camp has something for everyone and we hope will give you some of your best memories.

Application of interest
Booking phone number: 1300 445 910
Booking email address: office@openlight.org.au

Information for families

  • Five nights in Bunk house style accommodation. Each family will be provided a private secured dorm to sleep in.
  • Four and a half days of tailored activities and workshops.  Activities designed around participants individual NDIS goals.
  • Full catering of all meals including morning and afternoon tea.
  • One participant in the Autistic Young Persons’ Program. (You can pay for additional autistic young people to attend.)
  • Up to three participants in the Siblings Program. (Under 14 years of age.)
  • Up to two participants in the Parents/Carers Program. All siblings over 1 will be included in the parents/caregiver’s program but count as siblings, not caregivers.
  • Activities and workshops for the family unit and individuals.
  • Professional onsite carers 24 hours a day.

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Pricing & NDIS infromation

  • Camp 38 is available to all families where a child has a diagnosis of autism.
  • The child must be aged 6 to 13 years old.
  • One family can have one young person with autism, up to two adults up to three siblings (any sibling 14 or over is still counted as a sibling but will be included in the adult program.)
  • Additional Young people with Autism can be included at an additional cost. Please call us to discuss.

 

Funding for our camps can be claimed through NDIS for self and plan-managed participants.

 

 

Pricing will be determined on an individual case basis and on the level of professional care required. We offer 1:3 or 1:1 ratio care.

Applications of interest