March Break Camps Are Cancelled
Updated April 1, 2020 11:00 am
All Programs are currently cancelled and we are looking at a virtual platform due to COVID-19.
Autism Ontario has reached out with helpful resources for families living with individuals on the Autism Spectrum during this time. These resources include caregiver tips, mental health support and fun activities.
This list of resources is bilingual and will be updated daily. As they gather more resources, they hope to add Indigenous and Cultural sections to this list as well.
For medical advice, you may also contact Telehealth Ontario (a free, confidential service that provides health advice) at 1-866-797-0000. A Registered Nurse will take your call 24 hours a day, seven days a week.
Public Health Contact Information
Durham Region Public Health – 1-866-888-4577
Yvette Nechvatal-Drew, Executive Director 905-428-8111 ext. 224
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MARCH BREAK – March 16 – 20th 2020
Please click HERE for the printable March Break flyer
We offer a safe nurturing environment with a high ratio of professionally trained program staff to girls daily from 9 am to 4 pm. Affordable pricing and convenient locations.
Please register for Oshawa, Whitby or Pickering locations by CLICKING the below links
$145/week for Members OR $170/week for Non-Members. Extended Hours available 1/2 hour early drop off/late pick-up Members $40 Non-Members $50.
Girls Inc. March Break camp offers unique “minds-on/hands-on” program for girls aged 6 to 12! Activities, games, crafts, experiments, role playing and discussions address topics including: bullying, body image & self-esteem, sports, physical activity & nutrition, stress management, and leadership & community action.
Every day is something new from Girls Inc. signature programs!
Project BOLD: Girls learn fun self defense moves, build confidence and self-esteem, and address issues such as bullying.
Operation SMART: Girls have fun making gooey experiments, build rockets, play with bugs, and figure out how things work.
Sporting Chance: Girls play new and innovative games, develop sports-related skills, participate in daily physical activity, and learn about healthy food choices.
Media & Me: Girls tackle the influence of negative media messages and images, helping them think critically about what they see and hear, developing positive body image and self-esteem.
*Subsidies are available to families in financial need. For more information email Tracey McCannell, Director of Programming at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 905 428-8111 extension 222