WROK 2018

WROK is a program for teenagers who have disabilities. Full of friends, laughing, dancing, singing, Wii, rock climbing, archery, craft, swimming, HEAPS of fun!

17th April to 21st April 2018

Blue Gum Lodge, Youthworks Blue Mountains Outdoor & Conference Centre (Springwood, NSW)

A medical form will be emailed after the online registration is completed.

Participant Information

Please complete the form below, then Add to Cart and Checkout to finalise.
A completed application and payment does not guarantee acceptance on the program.
All applications are subject to review by the Director(s). 

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Anaphylactic and Life-threatening allergies please bring own prepared food to reheat to limit the threat of contamination.
Youthworks is unable to provide sites totally free of traces that may cause a reaction to someone with a severe food allergy. 

Emergency Information

In case of emergency, please contact:

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Please inform us of any medical details that apply; write "n/a" if the field is not applicable.

For the safety of administering medication by our volunteer nurse
all medication must be provided in a blister pack at check-in.

 

Youthworks will email a medical form after registration is completed.
Will the camper need to take medication while on camp?

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Please provide details of any recent hospitalisations, epileptic seizures and serious illnesses
with details of dates, seizure type, illness, hospitalisations and diagnoses 

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Please describe what type and how often the participant requires physiotherapy or regular exercise

Communication and Reading
 
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Assistance details

Please tick the following as they apply and provide details where a box is provided.

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Please select the relevant option and then provide more details.

Please provide general mobility details for the participant,
including, if applicable, how they transfer to/from a wheelchair.

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Equipment
 

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Other Information

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Please use the space below to enter any special requests or anything important not covered above.

Any changes to registration details before the time of camp, for example, new medications, 
change in diagnoses, hospitalisations, behaviour management plans,etc.
Please contact our office: holidaycamps@youthworks.net to update details.

 

$380.00

 


 
Who: 12 to 21-year-olds with disabilities
(new campers must be under the age of 20)
 
When: Tuesday 17th April to Saturday 21st April 2018 (4 nights)
 
 
Where: Blue Gum Lodge, Youthworks Blue Mountains Outdoor & Conference Centre (Springwood)
 
 
Cost: $380 early bird until, $430 from 5th March
 
Registration will close 2nd April.
 

*Please note that each application will be assessed individually to ensure we are equipped to provide for the specific needs of each camper. Therefore, if you pay at the time of registration then we may need to refund you - we will let you know as soon as we can because we know you need to know.

This is a great camp for young people with a disability. The WROK! (Wheelchairs Rule OK!) team is made up of teachers and enthusiastic volunteers committed to sharing their lives with campers. Blue Gum Lodge is ideally set up for people with disabilities. The activities we do on camp are developed with our campers in mind and ensure maximum participation. A big part of camp is the morning session where we hear about God and his amazing Son Jesus and have some singing time. We will also be having group discussion and sharing times to chat about God and all that he has done for us. The leaders are looking forward to an exciting week – we would love to have you join us.

 

Directors: David and Janey Walker and Vicki Meade

Janey is a Learning Difficulties Teacher in DEC primary schools. In her spare time she likes to sew and cook yummy snacks. She is married to David and they have two children. Janey has been attending WROK for more than 13 years.

David works as an Assets Officer for Marrickville Council. In his spare time he grows bonsais and is busy creating new gardens. He is married to Janey and they have two children. David has been attending WROK for more than 15 years.

Vikki is also a Learning Difficulties Teacher who works in DEC high schools. She is passionate about shoes, singing, good coffee and running in Warrior Dashes and Mud Runs. 

 
Speakers:

We have a number of different speakers throughout camp each giving a wonderful message.