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Camps News

Announcing 2019 Outdoor Recreation Camp

The Inaugral International Outdoor Recreation Camp is happening at the Calvert Trust Lake District, England, on Monday 23rd September – Friday 27th September 2019. The camp is open to adults aged 18+ with Cerebral Palsy and related conditions. The week will include outdoor adventure activities such as rock climbing, an assault course, canoeing, orienteering and abseiling! The focus will be on personal development, team building and making new friendships!

Email lauren.milstead@cpisra.org for an information pack and to sign up

CPISRA Academy & Camps : New Initiative

CPISRA is developing an Academy model as well as residential camps. Academy programmes and Camps will be Sport, Recreation/Activity and/or Personal Development based. Camps may include all three categories. Camps will be carefully tailored and structured and develop the person as well as the athlete.

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Over time CPISRA plan to introduce a range of Camps , such as :

  • Introducing individuals with Cerebral Palsy to Sport and Recreation.
  • Preparing Talented athletes to be Elite athletes
  • Summer Activity/Recreation Camps.
  • Helping Elite Athletes to cope with life after International competition.
  • Encourage mature individuals with Cerebral Palsy to participate in Sport and Recreation.
  • Intensive Sport Training, one sport or related groups of sports.

Academy

under development

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Camps Research

 Analysis of CPISRA Camps Questionnaire

  1. Should CPISRA hold and encourage international sports and/or activity camps?
  2. If so what sort of camps? 

To answer these questions CPISRA conducted an online questionnaire/survey at the end of 2017. The analysis of the responses is now complete and the overwhelming response was YES to Camps.

This questionnaire was part of research that CPISRA carried out into the demand for sports camps and recreational activity camps for individuals with Cerebral Palsy or other neurological conditions. It also looked at individuals’ participation in sports and recreation. We are extremely grateful to all the people that participated in the survey.

The reports and analysis of the responses to the questionnaire/survey are below:

Executive Summary     Camp Questionnaire Report

Charts and Responses from each Questionnaire Question:

Individuals   Professionals    Carers

Please note professionals includes teachers, support workers, therapists, doctors, coaches, etc., who work with individuals with Cerebral Palsy and similar conditions.

If you have any inquiries, please email Graham Condie, CPISRA Research Officer at graham.condie@cpisra.org.

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