Kids Camp

Tailored to participants aged 5 – 11. This page contains all the info you need to know before signing up for a Kids Camp.

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Trusted by the WA community for 40 years

For ages 5-11, with a care ratio of 1:2, Kids Camps practice capacity-building and develop social skills through epic adventures and inclusive fun. Our superhero camp leaders ensure every camper shines. Each Camp is held at a different location and incorporates a variety of outings and on-site activities. Kids Camps run on select weekends during term time and mid-week during school holidays.

  • Overnight Support
  • Perth Metro
  • 5 – 11 years old
  • All ability care

What To Expect

Book your camp

Register your interest and get in touch with one of our friendly family relationships officers. They will take you through the onboarding process, including filling out some forms. Click here to view the onboarding process.

Get ready

Prior to the camp you will be sent an itinerary, packing list and meeting place. You and your loved one can start getting ready for the adventure!

Drop off

On arrival at the meeting place, you will be greeted by the Camp Delivery Team and introduced to your Camp Leader who will support you throughout the camp. You will also meet your fellow participants – prepare for some seriously legendary friendships in the making! Now it’s time to say goodbye to your loved ones and let the adventure begin.

Camp begins!

Depending on your itinerary, you will now head straight to the campsite or to an awesome activity on the way. You will enjoy all your meals with the group and plenty of snacks in between.

First night on camp

On arrival at the campsite, you will be briefed on the camp itinerary and guidelines for safe enjoyment. You will then have time to unpack, settle in and join in some activities with the group. In the evenings, campers participate in relaxing activities such as movie nights, board games and talent shows. At bedtime, you will sleep in dormitory style accommodation with your fellow campers and camp leaders.

Wake up and the fun continues

Our camps range from 2 to 4 nights, so you will wake with another adventure ahead of you. Each camp has plenty of outings and activities planned to suit the age and ability group.

Pick up

At the end of the camp, you will return to the meeting place to say your goodbyes to all the new friends you have made and be greeted by your loved one. You are sure to be tired, but bursting with exciting stories from your time away.

After the camp

Your Camp Leader will complete notes detailing your progress towards NDIS goals and your time on camp overall. These will be sent out to your loved one by our family relationship officers following the camp. Now is the time to book into your next camp and get ready to make more memories!

The Cahoots difference

Inclusion Specialists

Cahoots have a rich history of working diverse groups of people including People with a disability, first nations people, Culturally and Linguistically diverse people and Youth at Risk. While we may not be experts in all areas, we will work with you to understand your loved ones unique needs to ensure you feel safe, supported and engaged during your time with us!

Safety and Trust

Safeguarding is our top priority and all members of the Cahoots team have Working with Children Checks and Police Clearance Certificates. We have highly skilled support staff who have experience dealing with challenging and unique behaviours and requirements.

Outcome Focused

Our activities focus on providing the highest level of care and developmental opportunities for our participants. Throughout their experience, participants have the opportunity to grow their independence, build friendships, social skills and have a whole lot of fun, whilst providing respite to parents.

Inclusion Specialists

Cahoots have a rich history of working diverse groups of people including People with a disability, first nations people, Culturally and Linguistically diverse people and Youth at Risk. While we may not be experts in all areas, we will work with you to understand your loved ones unique needs to ensure you feel safe, supported and engaged during your time with us!

Safety and Trust

Safeguarding is our top priority and all members of the Cahoots team have Working with Children Checks and Police Clearance Certificates. We have highly skilled support staff who have experience dealing with challenging and unique behaviours and requirements.

Outcome Focused

Our activities focus on providing the highest level of care and developmental opportunities for our participants. Throughout their experience, participants have the opportunity to grow their independence, build friendships, social skills and have a whole lot of fun, whilst providing respite to parents.

Our Process

Click here to view available dates on the activity calendar

Select your
desired date

Click ‘register your interest’ located on the bottom of the page and complete the form

Our Family Relationship Officers (FRO’s) will be in contact

Click here to view available dates on the activity calendar

Select your desired date

Click ‘register your interest’ located on the bottom of the page and complete the form

Our Family Relationship Officers (FRO’s) will be in contact

Upcoming Activities

View our calendar below for upcoming kids camps.

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Frequently Asked Questions

What is included in the cost of a camp or program?

Our prices are all inclusive and include:

  • The initial intake meeting and subsequent support plan update meetings where we gather all of the participant’s information, care requirements, medication needs etc.
  • Writing of Letters of Support to assist participants in accessing NDIS funding.
  • Accommodation and venue use
  • All catering costs for the duration of a camp or program
  • Entry fees for outings and activities
  • Transport while on the camp or program
  • Equipment required to deliver our services
  • Wage costs of Facilitators and Support Workers

Are there financial assistance options available?

Our Family Relationship Officers (FRO) can assist by writing a Letter of Support which will help you get the most out of your NDIS funding, ensuring your child can progress towards their goals. Contact our FRO team on 1300 103 880 or info@cahoots.org.au for more information.

When do registrations close?

  • Registrations for all programs close 3 days before the program.
  • Registrations for all camps close 10 days before the camp.

However, we do request that you register your loved one as soon as possible. We will do our best to accommodate any late applications, however we can’t guarantee we will still have space if the request is too close to the activity date.

Can I bring my own support worker on a Cahoots activity?

Yes, although they are required to complete Cahoots staff onboarding training, provide us with their NDIS Worker Screening and Working With Children Check and agree to adhere to Cahoots policies and procedures prior to attending the service. This is because Cahoots services are in a group setting and we ensure the safety and support of all participants. The price for camps and programs will remain the same, as this is all inclusive.

Where can I submit feedback and complaints to Cahoots?

At Cahoots we pride ourselves on providing quality services for our participants and families. If you wish to provide feedback or make a complaint about Cahoots services we would love to hear from you. Fill out our Feedback and Complaints Form or view our Grievances Complaints and Disputes Policy.

What if I have been unable to rectify my query with Cahoots or require information on lodging a complaint with the NDIS Quality and Safeguarding Commission?

If you have a concern about your Cahoots supports or services, it is important that you talk to us about it, if you feel comfortable to do so. Your concerns can help us better understand what is important to people with disabilities and improve the quality of services we provide.

We are keen to understand your concerns and to work with you to resolve issues as quickly as possible.

We also understand that on occasion you may not feel comfortable to talk with us directly or feel that you need additional support. You may seek support from family, a friend or an independent advocate in raising concerns or a complaint.

You can also make a complaint directly to the NDIS Quality and Safeguarding Commission, for more information:
Click here to view the NDIS website.
Call 1800 035 544 (free call from landlines).
Interpreters can be arranged.
TTY 133 677
National Relay Service and ask for 1800 035 544.
Completing a complaint contact form here.

To view the Cahoots Policy & Procedures click here.

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