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  • Child Life Therapy

    Play and education can improve a child’s resilience during the cancer treatment cycle. Child Life Therapists teach children valuable coping strategies to help them manage their illness.

  • Family Camp

    Our family camps, held all over Australia, provide a relaxing weekend break for families impacted by cancer. With fun activities for everyone, camps are a great way for the whole family to unwind, reconnect, laugh and recharge.

  • In Hospital Support

    Our Family and Hospital Support Teams play a huge role in building optimism. They’re a friendly face that visits families in each of the children’s hospitals in the country every single week to provide support to families in the early stages of their diagnosis.

  • Family Fun Days

    Family Fun Days give families impacted by cancer a chance to enjoy a day of entertainment, new experiences and fun challenges.

    Everything is organised, taken care of and free of charge. All families have to do is turn up and have fun.

  • Kids' Camps

    Camps provide kids impacted by cancer with a vital break to strengthen their wellbeing, build resilience, independence and valuable life skills.

  • Retreats

    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 Salamander Bay (NSW), Warrnambool (VIC) and West Beach Caravan Park (SA).

  • Kids' Guide to Cancer

    The Camp Quality Kids' Guide to Cancer app is our educational program for children 8-13 years who have a loved one with cancer.

  • Family Experiences

    Outings like sporting events, the zoo or concerts gives children and families a chance to spend time together having fun.

    Through the generosity of our community partners, Camp Quality distributes tickets for these experiences to families impacted by cancer.

  • Beads of Courage

    The Beads of Courage program  uses unique beads to track each procedure of a child’s cancer experience, such as blood tests, central lines, radiation sessions and surgery