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ACCESSIBLE

CAMPING

MANUAL
In
Inclusive Christian Communities
Accessible Camping Manual
CONTENTS


Inclusive Christian Communities Accessible Camping Manual 4

Luke14:12–14 4

Task Force 5

Camp Director’s responsibilities 5

Venue/Camp Facilities 6

Sleeping requirements 6

Dining and meeting rooms 6

Recreation 6

Camp Registrar’s Responsibilities 7

Pre-camp administration requirements 7

Administration tasks 7

Receipts 8

Preparation of the participant envelopes 8

Banking 8

Registration (see Appendix #1) 8

Following the event 9

Information Sheet (see Appendix #2) 9

Camp Program (see Appendix #3) 9

Camp Directory – ‘Who’s Who’ 10

Camp signage 10

Sponsorship 10

Mobility transport 10

Medication 10

Electrical equipment 11

Confidential Information (see Appendix #4) 11

Dietary Requirements (see Appendix #4a) 11

Mealtimes (see Appendix #4b) 11

Volunteers information (see Appendix #5 below) 11

Camp Rules (see Appendix #6) 11

Prevention of Abuse Guidelines (see Appendix #7) 11

Evaluation Form (see Appendix #8) 11

Cabin Leaders’ Feedback (see Appendix #9) 11

Registration Form Appendix #1 12

Camp Information Sheet Appendix #2 17

Camp Program Appendix #3 18

Confidential Information Appendix #4 19

Dietary Requirements Appendix #4a 20

Mealtimes Appendix #4b 21

Camp Rules Appendix #6 22

Prevention of Abuse Guidelines Appendix #7 23

Camp Evaluation Form Appendix #8 24

Cabin Leaders’ Feedback Appendix #9 25

Inclusive Christian Communities Accessible Camping Manual


LUKE14, a CBM initiative, has developed a number of resources to encourage and equip churches to be more inclusive of people with disabilities.


The resources include:


  1. Accessible Church Manual

  2. Disability Awareness Sunday Manual

  3. Church Bar None Bible Studies (a six-week Bible study on disability awareness)

  4. Workshops

This manual has been designed as a resource for churches who may be considering organising a church camp and to ensure the camp is inclusive to all.

Luke14:12–14

“When you give a lunch or a dinner, do not invite your friends or your brothers or your relatives or your rich neighbours – for they will invite you back and in this way you will be paid for what you did. When you give a feast, invite the poor, the crippled, the lame, and the blind; and you will be blessed.”


When a church that has inclusion at the forefront of their minds holds a church camp, people with disabilities will be welcomed and catered for accordingly.

Acknowledgment
The Christian Ministries with Disabled Trust (CMWDT) has been organising Christian camps for people with disabilities for over 28 years. This manual was developed by a CBM staff member who attended one of these camps in 2010.

A special thank you to Di Willis, CMWDT Director, for providing background information and for sharing her thoughts and ideas gained through many years of experience.


Task Force

Organise a team of people, including people with disabilities, to assist in the planning and running of the camp.




Director

Coordinator/MC

Camp coordinator’s assistant

Pastor

Worship team /musicians/ singers

Safety/security team

Dr/head nurse/nurses

Camp registrar

Registration team

Kids’ ministry leaders

‘Mr Fix It’

Lost property contact

Laundry caretaker

Photographer

Videographer

Area leaders

Cabin captains

Cooks

Sound technicians

Media

Dietician

Speakers

Odd job people, set up, pack up etc.

Buddies

Sports and recreation

Camp magazine

Bible study leaders

(could also be the cabin leader)





Camp Director’s responsibilities





  1. Arrange planning meetings to establish the camp date, book a venue, decide on the cost, organise the registration details, pray and decide on a camp theme, design and send out invitations, organise advertising, plan meals ensuring consideration is given to accommodate the needs of people with special dietary requirements, plan the activities to ensure people with disabilities are included, develop the daily program, prepare signage including large print for people with print disabilities, devotional material, worship program, sound etc.

  2. During the meetings, delegate responsibilities to the various people on the task force. Be inclusive of people with disabilities.

  3. Bank signatory.

  4. Provide appropriate care for each person. Arrange a Police check/Working with Children check for all leaders, carers and support persons.

  5. Provide appropriate training in areas such as moving, personal care and feeding as required. (Note: everyone at the camp should consider looking out for others.)

Venue/Camp Facilities

Ensure the camp venue is fully accessible with well-lit, wide footpaths.



All rooms must have accessible ramps and entrances to all areas.

Sleeping requirements


Rooms must have accessible toilets and showers. Shower hoists may also be required, along with commode chairs for toileting. Showers must have a hand-held shower head with a long hose.
Multiple beds may be required in each dormitory to allow for people with disabilities and their ‘buddy’ to sleep in the same room.
Bunk beds may not be suitable for some people with disabilities. Space is required to assist the person into bed. Some people may require a high bed with sufficient floor space for a manual lift.
Family cabins are also necessary to ensure a family that has a member with a disability can remain together.
Refrigerators are required to store medication and any special food.

Dining and meeting rooms


The dining area should be fully accessible with sufficient space to allow for wheelchairs to move around easily. Tables may need to be a certain height for people who are using a wheelchair or walking frame. Access to buffet should be considered.
Consider using a microphone in the dining area, if a large number of people are attending. A megaphone would suffice.
Consider access; automatic doors are preferable.
Consider the number of meeting areas required for break-out groups.

Recreation


Camp activities must also be taken into account. Outdoor activities may require some modification to include people with disabilities.


  • Swimming pool with a ramp and hoist.

  • Smooth terrain to accommodate wheelchairs.

  • Fully accessible playground for young children.

  • Suggestions for inclusive activities: sensory wall, bounce house, climbing wall with a regulation harness, hiking trail with Braille directions and accessible signage, basketball courts with adjustable height baskets.


Camp Registrar’s Responsibilities

Pre-camp administration requirements


  1. Arrange the fees with the camping venue.

  2. Ensure the enrolment form covers all the information required.

  3. Purchase receipt books – use a separate receipt book for donations.

  4. Organise a ‘camp’ bank account, deposit books and cheque book, and arrange methods of payment either by credit card or via a website.

  5. ‘Participant registration envelopes’ – purchase a sufficient number of DL-- size envelopes to record details of each participant. Write down the participant’s surname, first name, buddy and cabin/room number and use the envelope to hold the receipt for payment (or to include a note to say ‘pay on arrival’).

  6. ‘Leader registration envelopes’ – purchase a sufficient number of A4-size envelopes to place leaders’ information in for the camp.

  7. Determine the cost for day-time visitors and develop a schedule to record visitors and payment.

  8. Determine if guest speaker’s costs will be reimbursed.

  9. Purchase a notebook to record special reminders and use during the camp.

  10. Prepare a registration form.

  11. Prepare a registration fee list.

  12. Prepare an information sheet.

  13. Advertise the camp (especially to disability service agencies in your area).



Administration tasks


  1. Accept the registrations, ensuring the correct fee is charged according to the registration fee list.

  2. Place the registration form and information form on a website.

  3. Develop a registration list and enter the details of participants.

  4. Work together with the camp director to find sponsors.

  5. Take a float of money for incidentals at the camp (e.g. coins for laundry).

  6. Prepare name badges for all participants.

  7. Organise some form of identification to acknowledge meals have been paid and also to identify any dietary requirements (e.g. a coloured wrist band).

  8. EFTPOS machine for registration payment and collection of any unpaid fees at the camp.


Receipts


  1. Write a receipt for each payment and place it in the ‘participant registration envelope’.

  2. Print the registration form and note the receipt number and the amount received on the form.

  3. File the registration forms in alphabetical order in a file.

  4. Write a receipt for any donations or sponsorship using a separate ‘donation receipt book’ and issue a ‘thank you’ letter.


Preparation of the participant envelopes


  1. Use the ‘participant registration envelopes’ (unless family with children under 14) – surname, first name, cabin/room no., buddy.

  2. Place the name badge, small copy of the program, and details and location/map of cabin or room in each envelope.

  3. Make a note on the envelope if the fees have been fully paid (e.g. put amount received or amount owing if fees are still to be paid).

  4. Note on the envelope if fees are to be paid by the Department of Health – a form may need to be completed.

  5. Record on a spread sheet the details of each participant and ensure this includes the paid and unpaid amounts.

  6. Place the receipt in the envelope.

  7. Place all the envelopes in alphabetical surname order.

  8. Photocopy the registration form for the head nurse.


Banking


  1. Record details of all bank deposits in the deposit book.

  2. Camp Director to sign cheques.

  3. Balance bank statements against deposit book and cheque book.

  4. Prepare a statement of income and expenditure.



Registration (see Appendix #1)


  1. Develop a registration form.

  2. Create a data base list with names and details of camp participants. (Suggestion: use colour coding on the master list according to responsibility or access requirements.)

  3. Prepare separate lists according to the groups or needs (e.g. leaders, committee members, nurses, male, female, age groups, medication list, worship team etc.).

  4. Gather together a team of people to assist with registrations on arrival. Duties will include sign in, collection of unpaid fees, allocation of meal ticket identification, distribution of information and direction to cabin.

  5. Divide the registration area into four groups – Paid: A–K & L–Z and Unpaid A–K & L–Z. Sort the ‘participant registration envelopes’ into the groups accordingly in alphabetical order.

  6. Prepare large signs indicating where people need to line up.

  7. Ensure there is sufficient space for people who use wheelchairs to line up, enter and depart.

  8. Arrange a meeting spot/room allocated for people with disabilities to wait for their buddy and vice versa.

  9. ‘Unpaid’ queue: register those who have not paid or not paid in full and write out a receipt and cross their names off against the list, issue meal identification and envelope with all the camp details.

  10. ‘Paid’ queue: register the people who have paid and cross their names off the list, issue meal identification and envelope with all the camp details including their receipt.

  11. Issue the ‘leader registration envelopes’.

  12. Use an EFTPOS machine for those paying by credit card.

  13. Collect ‘carer support claim forms’ for completion and post to the Department of Health.

  14. Determine the number of people attending the camp and advise the camp director.

  15. Gather invoices for payment.



Following the event


  1. Bank all money received.

  2. Draw a cheque to pay expenses.

  3. Pay any outstanding expenses.

  4. Complete and balance the statement of income and expenses.



Information Sheet (see Appendix #2)


  1. Develop an information sheet including details of cost, date of the camp, closing date for registrations, camp venue, how to get there including a map, what to bring, what not to bring, transport details, emergency contact details.

Camp Program (see Appendix #3)


  1. Prepare a master copy of the camp program.

  2. Photocopy an A5 copy for each person and an A4 copy for leaders.

  3. Include time, event and venue on the program.

  4. Suggestions for a program:

  • Devotions

  • Prayer time

  • Breakfast

  • Group time – Bible study

  • Morning tea

  • Praise and worship

  • Speaker

  • Kids’ program

  • Electives (special group activities from which to choose)

  • Lunch

  • Compulsory rest time

  • Recreation and sport

  • Afternoon tea

  • Free time

  • Dinner

  • Fun activity e.g. ball/bush dance (allow a time for dressing up)

  • Supper

  • Bedtime (lights out time)

Camp Directory – ‘Who’s Who’


Prepare a camp directory listing names and room numbers in case anyone needs to be contacted during the camp (e.g. the camp director, leaders, nurses, Pastor and any other key people).

Camp signage


  1. Ensure all signage is prepared in large print and/ Braille if possible.

  2. Large print signs to be placed on the door of each cabin.

  3. Prepare large print copies of a map of the venue, names of the cabin leaders, room numbers and lists of people in each cabin.

  4. Extra copies of the large venue maps should be placed in strategic places, not too high for people who use wheelchairs to see, around the building inside and outside to enable people to locate meeting rooms and other facilities.

Sponsorship


  1. Contact local businesses or companies who may assist with funding or supplies for the camp, or petrol vouchers for those who volunteer to drive those who are unable to drive.

  2. Finance may be required for those who cannot afford the registration fee (church members who are not attending the camp may be able to sponsor someone else).

Mobility transport


  1. Ensure transport and drivers for people with disabilities are organised and booked in advance.

  2. A trailer or large van may also be required to carry equipment such as commodes and hoists, wheelchairs.

Medication


  1. Ensure there is a qualified nurse in attendance to be responsible for dispensing any medication.

  2. A list of all medication and sealed packs should be kept under lock and key or stored in a fridge if required.



Electrical equipment


  1. Ensure there is someone responsible to charge batteries on electric wheelchairs or any other electrical equipment.

  2. Prepare a list of details of equipment that require batteries to be charged, including the room number or location of equipment.

Confidential Information (see Appendix #4)

Dietary Requirements (see Appendix #4a)

Mealtimes (see Appendix #4b)

Volunteers information (see Appendix #5 below)


Appendixes 5 see below:


Camp Rules (see Appendix #6)

Prevention of Abuse Guidelines (see Appendix #7)

Evaluation Form (see Appendix #8)

Cabin Leaders’ Feedback (see Appendix #9)



Registration Form Appendix #1




Camp Title:

V

Insert Logo here


enue:
Venue and address

Date:

Time:

Cost:

Adults 11-14yrs 5-10 yrs 0-4yrs

$ $ $ Free





Early Bird Registrations:

Adult prices will be reduced to $ if paid by (insert date)


CLOSING DATE FOR ALL REGISTRATIONS (insert date)

Register ASAP to avoid disappointment:


Post registration form to:

Contact Name:

Address:

Email:
For further information:

Phone: (insert phone number)



*** (If necessary: include details regarding a support persons’ training day prior to the event. Advise venue, date and time with contact name and phone number. This could be a good opportunity to collect Working with Children cards etc.)

SECTION 1:

Surname


First Name

Age


PLEASE CIRCLE: (To describe yourself)

Male/Female

Person with a disability/Able bodied

Intellectual disability/Physical disability

Support person (a Police Check will be required. Section 7.2)

ADDRESS:

Street Number


Street Name

City

State

Postcode




Name of contact person not at camp:

Phone number:

Full-time carer’s name and phone number:

Church name and denomination if applicable:

Church musician/Would you like to play at camp Y / N

Instrument played/Singer:

Have you attended the camp before? Y / N

Are you a medical nurse, a caregiver or someone who works with people with disabilities? (Specify details and qualifications.)

Other:





SECTION 2:

Describe your primary disability and any secondary conditions (include mental health conditions):

  1. ..

  2. ..

  3. ..

Please write any information that the carer/buddy may need to know (e.g. behaviour, routines).

(Please attach a separate sheet of paper if you require more space.)



Please state if you have special dietary requirements:

If required could you sleep in a top bunk? Y / N

Do you snore? Y / N


SECTION 3:

DO YOU REQUIRE TRANSPORT TO THE CAMP? Y / N

Can you provide transport to the camp? Y / N

Number of people?

Can you transport a wheelchair? Y / N



Vehicle type (circle): Car Station wagon Van Other (specify):

SECTION 4: (EVERYONE TO COMPLETE THIS SECTION) (Please circle appropriate information.)

WEIGHT:

Under 56KG

56KG – 76KG

Over 76KG

HEIGHT:

SHORT

MEDIUM

TALL


DO YOU HAVE ANY ALLERGIES? (Please list below)




DO YOU TAKE ANY MEDICATION? Y / N

Please complete list below even if self-administered. (Attach an extra list of medications if necessary.)

MEDICATION NAME

(print clearly)



DOSAGE

(e.g. mg or ml)



HOW OFTEN TAKEN

(times per day)



TIMES TAKEN

(i.e. breakfast, lunch, tea, bed)
































































SECTION 5: (PEOPLE WITH DISABILITIES ONLY TO COMPLETE THIS SECTION) (Please circle as appropriate.)


COMMUNICATION

GOOD

FAIR

POOR (indicate means of communication)

MOBILITY

INDEPENDENT/CRUTCHES/WALKING FRAME

MANUAL WHEELCHAIR

ELECTRIC WHEELCHAIR

TRANSFERS

INDEPENDENT

ONE-PERSON ASSISTANCE

HOIST TRANSFER **

TWO-PERSON ASSISTANCE



TOILET

INDEPENDENT

PROMPTING/MIN. ASSISTANCE

FULL ASSISTANCE ***

SHOWER

INDEPENDENT

MIN. ASSISTANCE

FULL ASSISTANCE ***


DRESSING

INDEPENDENT

MIN. ASSISTANCE

FULL ASSISTANCE ***


EATING

INDEPENDENT

MIN. ASSISTANCE

FULL ASSISTANCE ***


** Please bring hoist if necessary. *** Please bring commode if necessary.
SUPPORT PERSON TO COMPLETE:


Are you able to lift? Y / N

Do you have a Working with Children or a Police Check? Y / N (please attach a copy)


SECTION 6: CAMP FEES: (PLEASE NOTE: CAMP FEES ARE NON-TRANSFERABLE AS EACH REGISTRATION IS INDIVIDUAL.)


DEPOSIT OF $_______________ FULL AMOUNT $_____________Receipts for full fees will be given out at the camp.

(Please note that you will not receive confirmation of your registration unless you contact us directly to confirm.) If you would like to confirm your registration please phone: (insert phone number)



ALL CHEQUES TO BE MADE OUT TO: (****insert: Name of bank account)


SECTION 7: PRIVACY ACT:

In terms of the Privacy Act:




  • I consent to the information supplied being used by the Camp Committee for the purpose of organising the affairs of the camp.

  • I consent to the publication of any video or photographs in which I (or my child under 18) may appear as a result of attending this camp.

  • I agree that the camp organisers /church will not accept any responsibility for any loss of or damage to personal property, also that leaders and or support persons cannot carry legal liability for any accident, injury or occurrence to myself (son/daughter/participant) during this camp.

  • I agree that my name be placed on the camp mailing list to receive camp information.

  • I agree that the Camp Committee may have the right to decline any registration.

  • I agree to abide by the camp Code of Conduct and any rules as directed by the Camp Committee.


THIS FORM MUST BE SIGNED AND DATED


PRINT NAME: ______________________ SIGNATURE: ________________________ DATE:______________



Please note:


  1. All children under the age of 10 years must be accompanied by an adult. Exceptions only at the discretion of the Camp Committee.

  2. Police check/Working with Children check will be required for support persons.

Camp Information Sheet Appendix #2




MAIL YOUR CAMP REGISTRATION FORM TO:

Name:


Address:

For further information email:



WHAT TO BRING:

Sleeping bag and pillow or sheets, blankets and pillow

Toiletries and towels

Changes of clothes for each day

Swimming gear

Medication – bring enough for each day

Torch

Bible


Offering

Fancy dress costume for Saturday night – the theme is (name)



***PLEASE REMEMBER TO NAME ALL ITEMS YOU BRING TO CAMP

IF USED AT HOME PLEASE BRING:

Hoist and commode

Nappies or catheter etc.

Waterproof sheeting for bed

Electric wheelchair charger

Special drinking cup


PLEASE DO NOT TO BRING:

Eating utensils, electronic devices (e.g. I Pods, MP3 players, DVD players, computers)



PLEASE NOTE:

Transport details:

Campsite map:

Emergency contacts:

Camp


Camp Director

powerpluswatermarkobject357922611Camp Program Appendix #3





Date

Time

Activity







Devotions







Prayer time







Breakfast







Group time – Bible study







Morning ea








Praise and worship








Message








Kids’ program








Electives by choice

(selection of group activities)









Lunch







Compulsory rest/quiet time







Recreation/sports







Afternoon tea







Free time







Dinner







Fun activity e.g. ball/bush dance

(allow a time for dressing up)









Supper







Bedtime (lights out time)


Confidential Information Appendix #4

Male/Female


Surname: First Name: Age: Cabin No: Room No:
Buddy’s Name

Support persons’ name


Primary, Secondary Disability


Medication Used



Yes / No

Weight in kg Communication Snore

Height

Transfer


Shower

Mobility



Dressing

Toilet

E

ating



Special Diet

A


llergies

Is there any electrical equipment to be charged overnight? Yes/No

Type of equipment:

Location:



Dietary Requirements Appendix #4a



Last Name

First Name

Age

Gender

Status

Special Diet































































































































































































































Mealtimes Appendix #4b



Mealtimes must be enjoyable and safe
Enjoyable:


  • Give your companion your full attention.

  • When helping, avoid ‘manhandling’ your friend.

  • ‘Neat and tidy’ – try to keep face and hands clean as you go.

  • Yoghurt: avoid putting the spoon back into a container without wiping it as it makes the rest of the yoghurt go runny.

  • Wear non-powdered gloves.

Safe:
Safety from two main dangers:


  • Aspiration (food or drink going down the wrong way and into the lungs)

  • Choking (two types):

    • with noise, coughing etc.

    • silent, airway completely blocked.

Posture:

Your buddy needs to be in a good sitting position:



  • bottom well back in the chair

  • all support straps done up

  • feet secure on the footplates

  • sitting up as tall as possible

  • head in an upright position.

Swallowing:


  • Don’t rush.

  • Watch to make sure they have swallowed properly before giving the next mouthful.

  • If placing food in their mouth, try to place it on the back teeth, alternating left and right sides.

  • With drinks, some people may need to swallow up to three times per mouthful.

  • Head up – never give food or drink with your buddy’s head tilting back.

  • When necessary, cut the food up small.

Dangers include:


  • Wedges of sausage blocking the windpipe like a plug.

  • Lumps of food mixed with mushy food (e.g. fruit yoghurt) means it is easy to choke on the lumps.

  • Any big pieces of food (e.g. some crusts).

  • Food stored in the mouth – watch your buddy is not doing a ‘squirrel’ trick!

General notes:

The mealtime principles are concerning people with severe eating difficulties. These points need to be suited to each individual.

Ensure special dietary requirement needs are available for people with disabilities.

Ensure specific eating utensils and drinking straws are available.


Camp Rules Appendix #6


  • The camp kitchen is out of bounds

  • Cabin toilets and showers of the opposite sex are strictly out of bounds. This includes husbands and wives.

  • No smoking in any buildings at all times.

  • Turn off mobile phones during meetings.

  • Everyone is expected to attend all meetings and mealtimes unless medically unfit and has leave from their cabin leader.

  • All campers are required to be in their cabins/rooms by curfew and remain there throughout the night unless needing medical attention or to use the toilets.

  • No one is to go swimming during meetings, meals or rest times or without supervision.

  • Disabled swimming only at appointed times. All people with disabilities must be accompanied by a support person whilst in the pool.

  • No pushing or throwing people into the pool.

  • Zero noise after lights out as people need their sleep.

Code of Conduct for all camp participants

  • Campers are expected to respect the authority, directions and instructions of all the camp leaders.

  • Campers are to have the prior consent of the person before assisting or helping that person.

  • Campers are to abide by the rules of the campsite.

  • Campers must ensure the well-being and safety of all campers. People with disabilities must be protected and safeguarded from any danger of abuse.

For this reason:

  • Campers are not permitted to meet alone in secluded locations or situations.

  • Campers may not be involved in assisting with toileting or ablutions unless they are the same gender. Where circumstances dictate that a caregiver of the opposite gender has to be involved, a second support person is to be present to ensure safety.

  • Campers may not touch anyone in an inappropriate way or behave in a way that is offensive, abusive or potentially sexual.

  • If any camper has concerns with the behaviour of another participant, they are to refer that matter of concern to their cabin leader. If it is a minor problem the cabin leader should take appropriate action. Any major behavioural problems must be reported to the camp director who is then responsible for taking appropriate action.

  • Campers are to respect the confidentiality of any personal information they receive from any other participant except when the life or safety of the person or others is at risk; in this case the camp director must be notified.

  • Campers are not to seek to gain information from another participant who is not willing to disclose the information.

  • If a camper is injured, a support person is required to ensure that one person stays with the injured person whilst another notifies the camp nurse or the camp doctor.

  • All visitors to the camp are required to abide by this Code of Conduct.

  • Campers are to value, respect and support all other participants at camp.

Prevention of Abuse Guidelines Appendix #7



ABUSE: A deliberate or wilful physical, emotional, sexual, written or verbal act against a person.
HARASSMENT: Contact, comment or behaviour that creates an intimidating or embarrassing atmosphere for a person.
Standard Code of Conduct:
DO NOT:


  • Take another person alone into a dark or isolated place

  • Visit a person alone or go into another person’s bedroom

  • Counsel or pray for a person unless appointed specifically by the Camp Committee

  • Be involved in the toileting or ablutions of a person of the opposite sex (unless married to them)

  • Behave in any way that is potentially sexual.

If you need to talk alone with someone else then do so in the sight of others.


Campers and day visitors will be identified by their Name Badge (compulsory to wear at all times). Anyone not wearing a badge should be asked to report to the camp director to register.
POTENTIAL INDICATORS:


  • constant sexual innuendos

  • demonstrative behaviour with sexual overtones

  • constantly seeking the attention of a person of the opposite sex

  • being ‘out and about’ after lights out at camp without adequate reason

  • frequently taking another person to their room (unless toileting).

The first priority is to ensure the well-being and safety of all people at the camp and to guard against any danger from harassment or abuse. If a leader has concerns regarding any behaviour, he/she should inform the camp director or pastor immediately.



Filming or photography:
Create a policy for filming or photographing:


  • Obtain written permission before filming or photographing anyone; or

  • Have a sign saying that filming and photographing will be in progress.

  • Participants should advise the camp director if they do not wish to be photographed.



Camp Evaluation Form Appendix #8



Your comments are highly valued as they provide information to help improve future camps.

Name: ­­­______________________________ (Do you have a disability? Yes / No)


What was your favourite thing about camp (i.e. the one thing you would not want to change)?
______________________________________________________________________

What is the thing you disliked most about camp? (E.g. if you could change one thing what would it be?)
______________________________________________________________________
Please make comments about different aspects of the camp:
Registration
______________________________________________________________________

Speaker(s)
______________________________________________________________________

Worship/ministry/prayer times
____________________________________________________________­­­­__________

Free time
______________________________________________________________________

Bible study/group time
______________________________________________________________________

Recreation/games
­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­_______________________________________________________________

Electives
______________________________________________________________________

Social night
_______________________________________________________________

Food
_______________________________________________________________

Accommodation
_______________________________________________________________

Any other comments...
­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­_______________________________________________________________

Cabin Leaders’ Feedback Appendix #9



Your comments are highly valued as they provide information to help improve future camps.
If you have not had time to complete this form at camp, please mail or email the form to the camp director.
Address:

Email:
Please write a brief comment for each member of your cabin about their time at camp including particular highlights or problems which arose.

Your response is VERY important as we may use this information in the future.

Name: ­­­_________________________________



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Name: ­­­_________________________________



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Name: ­­­_________________________________



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