IntoRec offers a variety of assisted programs and recreational activities for children and young people with a disability. These programs aim to provide a safe, enjoyable and nurturing environment where children and young people can make friends, participate in fun activities while giving the carers and families a much needed break.
IntoRec programs are developed according to participant needs, and include a range of supported activities that assist in the development of skills for the benefit participants as they move through life.
FamilyCare charge at the price limit in the NDIS Support Catalogue for all supports
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Afternoon Activities runs five afternoons a week during school terms in the Goulburn region. This program is aimed at school aged children and young people are looking to participate in fund and exciting activities on weekday afternoons.
This program is aimed at involving participants in physical activity, and developing social and communication skills. Activities include a mix of sporting, living-skills and creative options, and are changed each term.
Holiday activities are offered each day of the holiday period in the Goulburn,and Lower Hume regions. This program is for school aged children and young people with a disability, and aimed at giving carers a break from their caring role over this period of time.
Activities vary each day, and include a mix of centre-based options, theme days, art, music and dance, sporting activities, and excursions.
The camp program is a long respite program to allow families/carers a generous break.
Camps are run overnight for a weekend or overnight. Camps have been held at Camp Curumbene, Nagambie Lakes, Billabong Ranch and Melbourne Zoo.
Young Adult Social Group
This group is for young people aged 18 years and older, who are wanting age Appropriate evening or weekend activities.
Activities occur on a monthly basis and take place on a weekday evening or weekend. A range of entertaining activities are undertaken.