School Holiday Program: Term 3 2019

Don’t miss out on School Holiday activities happening near you!

Registrations are now open for School Holiday Programs taking place over Term 3 2019.

School Holiday Camps – Perth Metro:

Location: Kerem Adventure Camp
These week long camps are full of fun activities designed to build skills in team work, friendships, independence which in turn increases confidence and self-image. All ages welcome.
Contact: 1300 111 881 or camps@senses.org.au
Dates: These week long camps run each School Term

School Holidays Group – Bassendean:

During the group, your child will be working on:
• Receptive and Expressive Language
• Early Reading and Writing skills
• Fine motor skills
• Biltaeral integration
• Social skills
Contact: Suzanne on 0401 886 092 or email suzanne.lim@senses.org.au
Dates: TBC

School Holidays Group – Northam

During the group, your child will be working on:
• Teamwork and group activities
• Turn-taking and sharing
• Social skills ans friendships
Contact: Nicola, 0422 683 588 or email nicola.burton@senses.org.au
Dates: TBC

SuperSibs Workshop – Busselton

Senses Australia invites brothers and sisters to a SuperSibs Sibling Workshop. This program provides a safe, supportive and therapeutic space for siblings of people with disability to share their feelings, ideas, concerns and questions. Set in a fun and informal environment, the workshop creates opportunities for new friendships, while reducing sibling’s sense of isolation. Ages 6-12 years.
Date: TBC

Lego Group Therapy – Merriwa

Provides children with the skills and confidence in cooperation, problem solving, conversation, social skills and most importantly building friendships.
Contact: Kymberly Thwaits 0413 815 904 or email kymberly.jefferies@senses.org.au
Dates: TBC

Lego Group Therapy – Armadale

Contact: Ellie on 0431 654 496 or email ellie.graham@senses.org.au
Location: 5/51 Church Ave, Armadale 6112
Dates: TBC

All programs are staffed by a team of experienced, fun, therapists, support workers and team leaders. All with valid working with children and police checks.

Cost: Programs can be funded through NDIS/WANDIS/INDFUND/CPFS or privately funded.

Here’s what one our attendees mum had to say about getting involved in the camp:

“For Jesse camp means fun, freedom, independence and a chance to socialise whilst experiencing new things (and 24/7 attention)! For me it is a chance to make time to take a break with my other children”