Medical Policy

We have a Registered Nurse or Doctor on our staff each week to dispense medications and handle any medical situations that may arise. The Camp Director reserves the right to refuse any applicant whose condition is beyond our professional and medical accommodations. Please contact us prior to registering if your child has any special medical conditions or needs (ie. peanut allergy, diabetes, special diets, etc.).

We thoroughly check all campers and staff for lice upon arrival. If any nits are found we will discreetly ask the parent to take the child home until he/she can be treated and return nit-free.

Medications

All Medication (both prescription and over-the-counter) must be checked in with the Camp Nurse at the time of registration. Prescription medicines MUST be brought in the pharmacy-labeled container with the camper's name, dosage and instructions. If the dosage has changed from what is listed on the label, a note from the physician will be required, stating the new dosage. Parents must bring their own 7-Day pillbox to accommodate daily medication(s). Do not put medication(s) in the pillbox. The nurse will do this once she has reviewed the medication with the parent/guardian.

Note: If your camper has been on medication to help control behavior, and you have chosen to take him/her off for some reason, we need to know of the condition and the medication used for controlling it.


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