Camp & Recreation (CARE)
What is Camp and Recreation?
CARE provides multiple evening, Saturday, and P.A. Day programs each month from September through June, as well as one week of March Break camp. In July and August, CARE offers multiple weeks of Summer Camp. In all
CARE programs, clients are paired with Support Workers who provide individualized support and encourage successful participation. Programs take place at Lansdowne Children’s Centre and within the community.
CARE programs promote diverse and viable goals. These include independence and personal growth, development and discovery of new skills and interests, social opportunities with other program participants, and relationship building with Support Workers.
CARE provides a supportive, safe and inclusive environment where children and youth can participate in hands on, meaningful experiences. As a Recreation program, we provide engaging opportunities to explore and experiment with the world around us and participate in our community
Who is eligible for Camp and Recreation?
Clients eligible for Camp and Recreation programs are those who have an active status with Respite Services through Lansdowne Children’s Centre, and are between the ages of four to eighteen years old.
What can I expect?
The Recreation Supervisor will provide information about CARE and its programs, assistance and support during the registration process, as well as assistance in connecting with additional services offered throughout Lansdowne Children’s Centre and in the community.
For more information about Camp and Recreation at Lansdowne Children’s Centre, please contact:
519-753-3153 x 238