Time out – Holidays for families
From 18. – 23.08.2019 | 5 days adventure holiday for children with day care | 5 days parental leave
Filling up with energy is allowed: Parents also need time for themselves!
Time to relax, Time for partnership, Time for a hike, Time to laze around, …
Give us the time of your children! We look forward to a beautiful, adventurous and eventful time with them. We want to give joy, experiences, nature and adventure. We are very happy to look after your children during their time-out holiday (approx. 5 hours a day, depending on the programme). Our team is responsible, professional and very experienced. On the first “get to know and learn day” you can tell us all the specials of your children so that we can take care of them professionally during the day and you can enjoy your daily “time-out” without worries. So that we can offer you your “time-out holiday” safely, we ask you to book in good time.
Suitable for: people with and without disabilities
Non-binding booking request
Included services – Time out-Holidays for families | 18. – 23. August 2019
- 5 days children’s program incl. all entrance fees
- Professional and individual support for all activities by our staff as well as by our helpers and interns in a small group. We are very happy to be at your disposal 25 hours a week.
- 5 days “Time out” for Mom and Dad
- 5 nights in a wheelchair accessible JUFA-Schladming incl. half board in double rooms/family rooms.
Sometimes our support is limited, please clarify individual needs in advance with us.
Target group – Time out-Holidays for families | 18. – 23. August 2019
Suitable for children and teenagers with and without disabilities
We try to find the right solution for everyone, regardless of their disability. All people are different and everyone has different needs! Together we will always find a good solution – also for you! Thus, a barrier-free summer holiday in nature and in the mountains, even with disabilities, becomes a very special experience.
We expect you! People with physical and / or mental disabilities can take part in our time-out holiday.
- Learning disability
- Cerebral Palsy
- Spinal cord injury
- Multiple Sclerose
- Muscle dystrophy
- Spina Bifida
- Head injury, Stroke
- Visual impairment
Time out – Holidays for families | 18. – 23. August 2019
Day 1 – Arrival
On your arrival day we meet in your accommodation in the late afternoon. There we will get to know each other, give you an overview of the coming week and of course answer all your questions.
Day 2 – Walk with therapy dog
From today we give your parents a break and will spend the first day hiking with us. Play and have fun. We are accompanied by our therapy dog Laura. Quite incidentally, we have overcome our first inhibitions and got to know each other during experiential educational games.
Day 3 – Horse riding & summer tobogganing
Today we take you to the horse riding school. After a great riding trip there is still plenty of time to caress the horses, groom them and bring them back into their stalls. After a good snack we let the wind blow us with rapid rides on the summer toboggan run around the ears.
Day 4 – Morning: High Ropes Course
On the fourth day is an absolute highlight on the program. A visit to the high ropes course is an unforgettable experience and will be deeply rooted in your memory. For each of you there is the right adventure!
Day 4 – Afternoon: Dachstein
In the afternoon we will stand at an altitude of almost 3,000 meters between heaven and earth and experience the fascination of the mountain up close. On the Sky Walk we will let the wind blow around our ears and feel the snow during a snowball fight also in summer.
Day 5 – Swimming and water massage
After all the action, we take it a bit easier today and spend the day in the swimming pool. If you like, our staff will pamper you with a hydromassage.
Day 6 – Hiking
The last day we will spend again on a child–fair experience migration and have much fun with our popular experience–pedagogic plays. Finally we will meet your parents at a cosy barbecue on the banks of the Enns and review the highlights of the week.