Regional Youth Support Services (RYSS) is calling on NDIS Participants aged 12-18 to sign up for its new Abilities School Holiday Program.
The three-week program in January will consist of three activities and outings each week.
Resources, materials, transport to and from activities, and food/light refreshments are provided.
However, additional entry fees for community-based activities may be required.
RYSS wants to encourage participants to try new things while providing them with a safe setting to meet like-minded peers under the care of support staff.
Starting on January 4, activities in week one will consist of a games day of Video Gaming, Basketball, Pool and Ping Pong at RYSS Youth Skills Centre in Wyoming, Aqua Park and a BBQ Picnic on January 6, and a cooking class in Wyoming on January 8.
The second week will consist of a creative drawing class, a workout and ice cream day, and boxing self-defence bushwalk.
Week three will include Milkshakes and Masterpieces, Footgolf and The Movies, and a picnic and beach outing.
RYSS Abilities Programs are social engagement and living skills-based programs open to young people aged 12 and over who are eligible for NDIS funding in a range of core and capacity building areas.
Media release, Dec 15