2021 PWSA Victora Time Out Camp

Each year we host the PWSA Victoria Time Out Camp. This four-day event encourages those living with Prader-Willi Syndrome (PWS) and their families to develop friendships, build resilience and self-confidence all while gaining an understanding of PWS through education and support programs for Parents and Siblings (Carers) provided by professionals.

The camps main purpose is to encourage inclusion for all, by providing a range of activities and sessions for all ages. We encourage all families living with PWS from around Australia, to attend the camp as there is so much to be gained, by all members of the family, from the three-day event. 

Australian Residents living with PWS and their immediate family members may be eligible for NDIS funding to attend the PWSA Vic Time Out Camp and participate in the programs offered. In order to qualify, you must be able to demonstrate that the programs provided at the camp will be of benefit to the person living with PWS and their carer (Parents and Siblings) and should clearly be reflected in the goals you submit to the NDIA. Further information can be found below.

WhoAll Australians living with PWS and their immediate family/carer
Professional Carers can accompany those living with PWS, although people with PWS under 18 years MUST be accompanied by a parent or primary carer as well.
(food and accommodation for Professional Carers will be covered by PWSA Victoria)
WhereCamp Toolangi
235 Spraggs Road,
WhenSaturday 25th September to 28th September 2021
WhatMeals & Accommodation
Camp Activities
Guest Speakers
Education and Carer Support Programs

We highly encourage our families to discuss NDIS funding with their planner to access funding for the Participation Fee for the Person with PWS and for Education and Support Program Parents and Siblings (carers)

Camp Registration is open until 31st August 2021

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Article By Sarah Rees

Sarah lives in Geelong and her youngest son Jayden was born with Prader-Willi Syndrome. Sarah has been an active member of the Prader-Willi Syndrome community and holds a position on the Prader-Willi Syndrome Association of Victoria Inc. board and holds the position of Vice President and Event Coordinator.