For TRACKS camps

For TRACKS camps

Are you interested in bringing Camps on TRACKS to your camp or program?  Here are a few tools that will help you get started.  Be sure to complete the training to gain access to all the resources and activities that are available.

The Role of the Camps on TRACKS Coordinator
This handout highlights the role of the TRACKS Coordinator and the activities that are important to support a successful roll-out of Camps on TRACKS at your camp.

Module One - Introduction to Camps on TRACKS (handout)
This handout gives an introductory look at the structure and content of the Camps on TRACKS program. 

The Five Steps of Prompting Through Peers  
This handout highlights the five specific steps of prompting through peers, highlighting the roles of the counsellor and all campers.

The Peer Mediated Approach
This handout highlights the power of peers and demonstrates the significance of moving towards a peer-mediated approach from the more traditional adult-led approach.

At the beginning of the week they started with the TRACKS program and I think this really allowed the campers to understand that Annabelle may act a little differently than them. The program helps them to understand that she really wants to interact and is trying to engage with them, but doesn’t feel comfortable to do so. So the TRACKS program facilitated a lot of this interaction. Campers would try multiple times in different ways to interact with Annabelle to get her to engage with them. It’s been really neat to see how Annabelle has come such a long way from the beginning of the week until now.
Lee, parent of a TRACKS camper