Public attention has recently focused on improving vaccination rates in Australian infants and children.But actually the largest unvaccinated group of people recommended for immunisation are adults.
But in the last few years, there’s been a boon in adult camps — Zombie Survival Camp, Camp Reset, Camp Grounded — environments where moderately affluent twentysomethings can manufacture those childhood human connections.
A CNC weekend was happening just a few hours away from me north of Toronto in late June, so I forked over nearly 0 (Canadian, so I guess it barely counts), booked a seat on their chartered bus, and got ready for a three-night sleepover with a group of strangers.
If there are any concerns about a child’s development, or if there is a loss of any skills at any age, talk to a doctor as soon as possible.
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Camp No Counselors started as a camp weekend in 2013, the brainchild of founder Adam Tichauer, when he first rented a campground for himself and his “20 closest friends.” The camp required a minimum of 30 people to be booked entirely, so he told his friends to invite their friends, and it ballooned to 90 people.
“This group became the best of friends” and stayed friends long after the camp weekend was over, he says.
Of 4.1 million unvaccinated Australians, 92 per cent (3.8 million) are adults, and only a small fraction are children.