- This program is run in partnership between CLV and Recreation Integration Victoria (RIV), and is subsidized through funding from Supported Child Development through Island Health - QA.
- All activities are community-based and promote access, recreation, leisure and FUN! Throughout the week teens are in locations that include: local beaches and parks, recreation centres, local attractions, libraries, events and festivals and more. Activities include: nature walks, hiking, swimming, mini-golf, bowling, kayaking, rock climbing, physical literacy sessions (PISE), arts and craft, cooking, theatre, movies, gardening, programs run by Power To Be and time for leisure.
- Our goal is to provide a positive and welcoming environment that encourage personal growth, life-skills and social interaction. Applicants can choose 1 to 5 weeks of summer camp, depending on available space.
Who can attend? Teens with developmental disabilities between the ages of 13 - 18 years. Applicants must list with the Supported Child Development Program through QACCH and be eligible to receive services and funding through MCFD-CYSN.
Where do they take place?
There are two location hubs that the program uses for the drop-off (morning) and pick-up (end-of-day): Gordon Head Recreation and Esquimalt Recreation Centres. The rest of the day TCC is out in community involved in activities.
Dates of TCC Summer Camps 2017
Weekly camps run from July 4 through to August 25, 2017 (8 weeks)
9:00 a.m. - 4:30 p.m. Maximum 15 teens per camp.
Cost: $150.00 per week
Registration Deadline: June 15, 2017Contact: Jeannie for more information