Supporting Kids Impacted by a Carer’s Cancer (KICC)
When a child has a parent or carer who is diagnosed with cancer, they can miss out on the simple fun of childhood. At Camp Quality we have identified the need to support these children.
We believe all kids facing cancer should have the chance to be kids again
Camp Quality is there for children (0-15 years) dealing with a parent’s or carer’s cancer diagnosis with our Kids Impacted by a Carer’s Cancer (KICC) Program.
Our free KICC services and programs provide fun experiences, opportunities to reconnect, education, counselling and a supportive community at every stage of the cancer experience.
A break from cancer is vital for kids impacted by a caregiver’s diagnosis
KICC Kids’ Camps give children aged 7-13 the opportunity to make friends who are in a similar situation, have a break from what can be a frightening reality, and have some fun. Meanwhile, these camps give parents a breather from worrying about how their child is coping. The camp experience is also available when a child tragically loses a parent or carer to cancer.
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