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Camp Quality’s Child Life Therapists help kids deal with being in hospital by teaching them playful techniques to understand medical procedures and coping skills proven to reduce anxiety. Therapists will stay by a child’s side throughout their time at hospital and form strong bonds that can help the whole family.

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Camp Quality's Family Camps provide kids dealing with cancer – and their families – with the opportunity to get away from it all, to laugh, make friends and have awesome new adventures. Medical volunteers are always on hand to ensure health needs are cared for and parents can relax.

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Our family and hospital support teams are friendly faces that visit families in every children’s hospital in Australia every week. They answer questions, provide support and care, and routinely put smiles on faces!

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Family Fun Days give families the chance to get together and enjoy a day out: surf school, whale watching or a day at the farm… it’s about reconnecting, meeting new friends and making happy memories. Plus, it’s all free of charge.

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A special camp for 7 to 9 year olds to experience time away from their parents, make new friends, test their camping skills, and have a barrel-load of fun! Each child has a dedicated Camp Companion.

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Kids’ Camps are run in every state and they are the perfect way for a child to have a break from the reality of dealing with cancer, to meet new friends and make happy new memories with a dedicated Camp Companion at their side.

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Mini Camps are designed to give younger kids a taste of the great grubby outdoors, without the sleepover bit. Packed with great activities for children aged 4 to 6, Mini Camps are full of fun, friends and laughter.

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Middle Camp is a camp for 10-12 year-olds bursting with fun, creative and challenging activities for kids dealing with cancer. Camps give children the release of outdoor play, mates to laugh with, and adventures that are the stuff of glorious new memories. Kids also learn important skills, returning home with increased confidence and resilience.

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It’s essential for families impacted by cancer to be able to relax, unwind and spend quality time away from the intensity of their cancer experience. Camp Quality offers families a safe space to retreat together at Coffs Harbour and Salamander Bay (NSW), Warrnambool (VIC) and West Beach Caravan Park (SA).

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Our Kids’ Guide to Cancer app is a world first, award-winning app that supports kids who have a parent, sibling, friend, or loved one with cancer. It’s a free, interactive educational program that answers the most common questions children have about cancer, in a language they understand.

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Our Family Experiences are about giving families an opportunity to have an unforgettable time and create bright new memories, like cheering on a footy match, or going for a whirl on the rides at Luna Park, all for free!

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Our Primary School Education Program uses puppets to dispel myths and create a supportive community at school for kids dealing with cancer. And the Camp Quality Puppets bring laughter and positivity to every occasion.

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Camp Quality's Primary School Education Program can help teachers, principals and school counsellors build a supportive school community for any child affected by cancer. The program, featuring our renowned Puppets, is free, fun, and supported by educational resources for teachers and students. Find out more and book the program today.

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The Camp Quality Puppets Kylie, Dean and Melissa would LOVE to come to your school and meet your friends! They are cheeky and friendly and they make everybody laugh, but they have an important message too – that you can’t catch cancer!

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Used to track each hospital procedure children have to go through, the Beads of Courage program at Sydney Children’s Hospital in Randwick is a badge of honour for kids dealing with cancer, with beads collected into bright strings and proudly shown off to tell each courageous story.

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