During online registration, please list all allergies and medical concerns that our staff needs to know. This will only be visible to the camp admin team and your child’s counselors.
If your child has to be given prescription medications at camp, you must fill out our medical form and email/fax us the completed form, or bring it to camp on the first day. All medications must be given to our Camp Director at check-in. The medication must be in original prescription containers that identify the prescribing physician, the name of the medication, the dosage, and the frequency of administration. The medication will be dispensed by the camp director as instructed by you and your child’s doctor.
Campers are not permitted to keep any medication during the day, or self-administer items such as cough drops, ointments etc. If your child needs such items, please stop by during the camp day and administer yourself. This policy also includes Epi-Pens. All Epi-Pens (or similar type medications) will be stored in a safe location by the director. Parents are responsible for picking up all prescription medications from the director on Friday.
Some camps do have lessons that involve various food items (we do our absolute best to avoid peanuts/peanut products). We also ask all parents to not pack peanut products in lunches as we do our best to be a “Peanut Free Zone”. If your child has specific restrictions, please notify your child’s camp director at check-in on Monday, or request more information at email@example.com. We are happy to email you a list of food items for a specific camp theme to help you decide if it’s a good fit for your camper.
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