FOR DEAF OR HARD OF HEARING CHILDREN AND THEIR FAMILY AND FRIENDS
Ness Lake – September 7-9, 2012
Registration packages are now available here for our annual Adventure Camp. We’ve got lots of great activities planned! We invite deaf or hard of hearing children, and their families, from all across Northern BC. Don’t forget to bring the friends you interact with in your daily lives!
Some highlights of the camp this year are:
Leslee Scott – Western Institute for the Deaf & Hard of Hearing “Empowering Your Child”
Speaker from School District 57 – “Electronic Communication Devices”
Staff members from Provincial Services for the Deaf and Hard of Hearing
Learn to Dance (for younger kids)
Learn a Mime Routine (for older kids)
The cost is $125.00 per family. All children must be accompanied by a responsible adult. Travel Grants may be available to out of town families.
The Northern BC Children and Families Hearing Society wishes to thank Provincial Employees Community Services Fund and School District 57 for their generous donations to help make our Adventure Camp possible.
Deadline for registration is August 22, 2012
Email: email@example.com or phone 250-563-2425 to register.
ADVENTURE CAMP HIGHLIGHTS
Every week we’ll highlight one of the activities at our annual Adventure Camp for deaf or hard of hearing children and their families in September.
First, we’ll start by telling you a little bit about the location of the camp. We rent the Ness Lake Bible Camp facility during its off-season. The camp is 30 minutes north-west of Prince George, off Chief Lake Road and is located in a beautiful forested area with 35 cabins right on the shore of Ness Lake, with trails and lots of opportunities to explore during free time. A brand new gym will be ready for us!
Last year the weather was fantastic and we’re crossing our fingers for more of the same this year!
We have some really great activities planned for our camp this year!
“Learn to Dance” will be great fun for younger children. We have an instructor from Dance Your Hart Out coming out to teach us some Jazz and Hip Hop.
“Learn Mime” for the older kids will teach us how to do some simple and entertaining routines to impress your friends!
While the kids are having a great time with all the fun activities we have planned, we have two special guest speakers for the adults.
Leslee Scott from the Western Institute for the Deaf and Hard of Hearing in Kelowna will teach parents how they and their child can educate classmates and teachers about their hearing loss and communication needs.
A guest speaker from School District 57 will speak about electronic communication devices and how he communicates with his students.