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Our therapeutic residential camps help build the confidence and self-esteem of adopted young people, giving the whole family a well-deserved break. They provide adventure and create a memorable and meaningful experience. Activities are designed so that all young people can achieve, and the variety ensures there is something for everyone to enjoy. Expert staff work with families to fully understand their child’s needs and identify tailored therapeutic activities to be included in the camp programme, this is done using Person-centred Planning.
Our therapeutic approach includes creative therapies and Theraplay® informed activities, proven to be crucial in building self-esteem, emotional regulation and emotional connection with others. The residential camps are fundable through the Adoption Support Fund.
We have a number of upcoming camps as below. To find out more about these please contact us at email@example.com
County Durham Camp:
South Peak District Camp:
North Peak District Camp:
Lake District Camp:
We have places on our TalkAdoption therapeutic residential camp in County Durham area.
TalkAdoption Midlands Open Day is intended for professionals or interested third parties who work with children and young people who have been adopted.
We have places on our TalkAdoption therapeutic residential camp in the South Peak District area for 16-18 year olds.
We have places on our TalkAdoption therapeutic residential camp in the North Peak District area for 11-13 year olds.
We have places on our TalkAdoption therapeutic residential camp in the North Peak District area for 14-15 year olds.
We have places on our TalkAdoption therapeutic residential camp in the Lake District area for 11 to 13 year olds.
We have places on our TalkAdoption therapeutic residential camp in the South Peak District area for 14-15 year olds.
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