Disability sports and recreation kids is a program entirely centred on kids with disabilities. We believe every kid, regardless of their disability, deserves a chance to a chance to partake in sporting activities of their choice. Our offerings at DSR Kids include:
- Summer camp
- Hospital program
- Winter camp
- Future leader program
The Wheelchairsport summer camp for kids is a camp filled with fun activities for kids living with a disability.
Wheelchairsport provides a beautiful and all-inclusive summer camp program for kids. The summer camp is a chance for kids to key into the spirit of adventure as well as challenge themselves to participate in exciting sports and recreation activities.
Disabled kids also get to have a fun-filled and thrilling experience with our various recreation activities.
Asides bringing lots of energy and enthusiasm; another exciting part about camp is that kids get to make friends while having fun and gaining independence. Our summer camp aims to promote healthy living, increase self-confidence, and freedom.
You are welcome to apply for this exciting opportunity as long as you are a kid living with a disability within the age range of 7 to 17. It doesn’t matter whether or not you have NDIS funding.
At Wheelchairsport, we also offer hospital programs to DSR kids. What we do is to partner with a health establishment, mostly a hospital or children’s clinic. We help kids with a disability who are patients there and allow them to participate and get active in sports and recreation.
An all-inclusive environment is provided for kids to participate in any sport of choice to full potential.
At intervals, mostly each month, the children get to try a range of sporting activities to help keep them healthy and their minds at alert. So, get along and have some fun trying out various recreation activities both in the hospital and at home.
Asides the summer camp, you also have the alternative of a winter camp here. At Wheelchairsport, you get to be a part of all exciting sporting and recreational exercises. Our experienced professionals are always available to take the kids on how to engage in the various sports and adapt to the sporting equipment while also making new friends.
Just like the summer camp, you are welcome to apply for this exciting opportunity as long as you are a kid living with a disability within the age range of 7 to 17. It doesn’t matter whether or not you have NDIS funding.
Future Leaders Program
For this particular program, it is a 3-day boot camp centred on kids living with a disability. We centred the program on personal development after which it is followed by a one-on-one mentorship session which focuses on your leadership goals for 12 months. It is open to kids between the age ranges of 18-25.
During the camp, we shall use sport and recreation as a tool to help the kids hone some core skills like leadership. The kids upon graduating will then become ambassadors for health improvement through sports and entertainment.