We are excited to announce the return of Camp Footloose to its weeklong format in 2021. And we can’t wait to see you all again! To ensure that your application can be accepted, please read the below information carefully.
Cost: $511 (inc. 4 nights’ accommodation, all meals, and activities)
Venue: Sydney Academy of Sport and Recreation, Wakehurst Pkwy, North Narrabeen NSW 2101
Arrival: Drop off at 9.30am Monday, 20th September 2021 | Sydney Academy of Sport
Departure: Pick up at 10am Friday, 24th September 2021 | Sydney Academy of Sport
Scholarship: Arthritis NSW wishes to ensure that all children with JIA in NSW have an equal opportunity to participate in our camps. So, if the cost of camp is a current barrier to your child’s participation, please select ‘Scholarship’ as the payment type and we will contact you to discuss the possibility of a supported scholarship.
- If you child requires medication to be administered during camp, Medication charts need to be downloaded, printed and filled out by a GP then scanned and attached as part of the application
- Upload current passport quality photos of your child
- All medications (including as needed medications) are to be brought in a Webster Pack to camp.
Medication not packed will not be accepted (excluding liquid)
*No injectables will be administered on camp – if your child requires an injection, they should be scheduled prior to or after the dates of camp.
Due Date: All registrations and payment must be finalised by 20 August 2021.
(Please contact the organisation ASAP if you are unsure on how to complete any required segments or to discuss scholarship arrangements)
Covid19 Considerations and General Health:
Please note that ANSW will be working closely with and under the guidance of NSW Sport and Recreation staff (who are given directives and health and safety guidance via NSW Health directly) regarding Covid19- Safe practices and protocols. As always, as children with JIA are often using immunosuppressant medications, please be mindful not to attend camp if you believe your child is unwell and could potentially pass this illness on to others.