On the online registration form, please list all health concern, allergies and medications that need to be administered. The more information you provide, it more it enables us to ensure that your child has a successful and safe experience. It is also helpful for you to speak with the director on Monday morning to bring any specific details to their attention. They have access to and review all health concerns and information each week, but talking with them is the best way to ensure your camper has a successful experience. Any medications (must be in their original containers) and need to be turned in to the director on the first day of camp with a completed and signed Medication Administration Authorization form.
Epi-Pens must be given to the Camp Director on Monday mornings. Epi Pens are not allowed to be kept in the camper’s classroom or on the person of the camper unless they have permission from the prescribing physician to self carry. In this case, the “self-carry portion” of the Medication Administration Authorization form will need to be filled out and signed by the prescribing physician.
NOTE: Some of our camps do use food in some of the experiments. If your child has allergies or dietary restrictions, please bring it to the attention of the site director on Monday morning as well as putting it all on the registration form.
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