EVENTS & PROGRAMS
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Our Events are prone to cancellation or postponement depending on Australian Health advice and NSW Government restrictions. We will endeavour to reschedule as many of our impacted events as possible. Up-to-date vaccination status or certificate is no longer required to attend any MDNSW, as per Government policy changes.
Our annual events include:
- Camps for kids
- Weekend retreats for adults
- Sibling days
- Big Red Roll + Stroll
- Neuromuscular Seminar and Research Updates
- Peer Support Group meetings
- MD community day celebration
Also check out our October to December 2023 Calendar to help you plan ahead for your engagement with our activities!
What other programs do we run?
Duke of Edinburgh’s Award
MDNSW runs the Duke of Edinburgh’s Award, where young people with a neuromuscular condition have the opportunity to participate in self-directed activities to earn a Bronze, Silver and Gold Award. Our Duke of Ed participants continue to inspire us with their amazing adventures and achievements.
To learn more about our Duke of Edinburgh program, click here.
Some of our programs are quite popular. Occasionally there may be a waiting list for camps or retreats if we receive a lot of applications. To ensure the system is fair, we will assess applications based on priority. Read our Priority Access Criteria here.
A lot of time and upfront expense goes into every MDNSW camp or retreat. Accommodation, equipment and meals all add up. Read our Cancellation Policy here.