"The Miracle of Cognition" annual event for blind and visually impaired children

Camp rules






  1. Valid medical certificate and Identity Document are required for all persons attending the Camp.


  1. Camp members attendance at the Camp Program is mandatory. Be punctual and always attend events at the allocated time. Always wear your yellow scarf!


  1. Camp members are required to comply with the health and safety requirements, which will be introduced to them by the Camp Leaders on the very first day of arrival at the Camp.


  1. Camp members to be ready to dress up according to the weather conditions: have available headwear that could protect from direct sun and overheating, rainwear, casual and sportswear.


  1. Camp members always to comply with basic hygienic requirements: daily shower, brush your teeth in the morning as well as before going to bed, wash your hands before eating and so on.


  1. Camp members must maintain and keep living quarters clean and tidy. Store items in neatly arranged cabinet’s shelves, ventilate rooms regularly, make your bed. Do not keep perishable food in your room.


  1. Camp members are required to follow rules at the canteen: stick to eating schedule, clean your desk after finish eating, place dirty dishes at the designated area. Plates and utensils are the property of the canteen and borrowing them is not allowed.


  1. In case of a health emergency, person must first approach Camp Leaders, who will assist by taking patient to the camp’s Medic Specialist. Camp Leaders are responsible for the patient and will take him to hospital should it be required. Camp members are allowed to use whether drugs mentioned in the consent form issued by legal custodians or medicine prescribed by the medical specialist. It is each person responsibility to follow schedule and regularly use of prescribed medicines.


  1. Camp members must always keep together within the groups whenever on a tours, trips, or other events. Do not leave or separate yourself from the whole group, otherwise you might get lost.


  1. While Camp members are inside of transport mean, they must always keep in line with road transportation rules and regulations: never put your hands or any other part of your body out of the window. Never try to open car’s doors while car is still moving. Never run over the street.


  1. Camp members are allowed to go swimming only when Camp Leaders are present, and only with their permission. Camp members must strictly follow the swimming rules and immediately response to any of the Camp Leaders signals (whistle blowing):
  • short whistle means that the swimming rules were breached. Swimming will be terminated should these rules were breached for the second time.
  • long whistle means that swimming is terminated.


  1. Screaming and yelling is not allowed while playing in the water! Such behaviour normally is considered as a call for help.


  1. Before departure from the camp: each member must take-off the bedding, fold and leave the bedding right on the bed as well as clean the room. It is mandatory for each member to notify Camp Leaders before leaving the Camp.


  1. Camp members including guests and custodians are responsible for their harmful activity and induced harm to other individuals and/or their possessions, and for its consequences.


  1. Camp members supposed to be polite, friendly, and interact with each other in a respectful manner. Avoid being obscene, and abusive.


  1. Custodians of the Camp members should have available contacts of Camp Leaders so to contact them whenever is needed. Mobile phones of all Camp members will be collected and safely kept with Camp Leaders during the whole period of Camping.


  1. Camp Leaders have authority to dismiss any of Camp member from the camp for violation of these rules. Such dismissal will be communicated to their custodians immediately.


  1. Camp members including guests and custodians are to behave themselves in a respectful, responsible, and conscious manner concerning to environment and surrounding nature, and always take care of camp’s equipment and assets in general. Borrowing and move of any camp’s equipment is allowed with Camp Leaders permission only.







  1. Only healthy individuals are allowed to attend the Camp. Healthy individual considered as one without chronic disease, with no feverish or acute upper respiratory tract infection symptoms.


  1. Body temperature will be monitored for every individual on arrival at the Camp. Persons with feverish or acute upper respiratory tract infection symptoms will not be allowed to attend the Camp.


  1. Should anyone at the Camp begins showing mentioned symptoms, such person must be isolated immediately, and his custodians notified about such case. COVID hotline 1808 will be consulted for further steps to proceed.


  1. Camp activities must be managed in groups where number of members in each group not exceeding 15 individuals. At least 5 square meters of space to be allocated to each individual when indoor activities are taking place. Camp groups must act as a separate unit and avoid interacting with each other. Indoor spaces must not be shared between different groups.


  1. Priority should always be given to outdoor activities.


  1. Interaction with individuals not involved into activities is restricted. However, in case of necessity interaction might be allowed limiting its time up to 15 min. maintaining social distancing of at least 1 meter.


  1. Camp Leaders must make sure social distancing of at least 1 meter between Camp members is properly maintained at all times. In case when social distancing becoming an issue, additional precautions as facemasks or limited time of interactions, must be applied. It is recommended to all older that 6 years individuals to wear facemasks especially when engaged with indoor activities.


  1. Individuals subjected to mandatory isolation are not allowed to attend the Camp.


  1. Prior starting the Camp, all members and their custodians will receive induction to personal hygiene, basics of etiquette, and other COVID-19 protective means: hand wash, facemasks, coughing and sneezing etiquette, social distancing. They will also be reminded of the Camp policy that “Persons with feverish or acute upper respiratory tract infection symptoms will not be allowed to attend the Camp.”


  1. Camp facilities provides all necessary means for personal hygiene: cold and warm water at the washbasins, liquid soap, paper towels. Hand sanitizers are located inside bathrooms and next to entrance to camp houses.


  1. Camp houses are regularly ventilated. Bedrooms for girls and boys are separated. Each bedroom can accommodate 5 persons. At least 5 square meters of bedroom space is allocated to each individual.


  1. At least 2 meters of social distance must be maintained between groups while inside the canteen. Entering or leaving canteen must be conducted in streams of separate groups, each of them accompanied by Group Leader.


  1. All public and frequently touched surfaces must be cleaned and disinfected at least twice a day. This includes but not limited to educational means, door’s handles and frames, table’ surfaces, handrails, headrests, electrical switches etc. Educational means must be cleaned and disinfected after each use in case they were used by more than one individual.


  1. Camp members that are older than 16 years and their custodians that plan to go for swimming session must be in possession of “Opportunity Passport” (COVID discharge document).


 Everyone involved into “The Miracle of Cognition” Camp is subjected to these Terms & Conditions.