On the day of registration, please bring a list of prescribed medications/treatments to present to the Camp’s first aid attendant.
- Campers are not to leave the campgrounds except as a part of the camp activities supervised by camp staff. To ensure the health and safety of your child, we have a qualified medical person and lifeguards for every camp. When arriving at camp ALL medications must be surrendered to the First Aid Attendant who will administer all medicine.
- Over the counter medications will be used at the direction of the medical staff for the following symptoms: colds, coughs, congestion, pain, headaches, fever, upset stomach, nausea, vomiting, diarrhea, rashes, allergies, cuts, scrapes and burns.
- The dosage of medicine given to campers will be as directed by the package unless otherwise indicated by the parent/guardian. If you have any preferences or objections to particular medications please indicate on a separate piece of paper and attach to this form.
- The signature of the parent/guardian on the application shall give the Executive Director the right to arrange for any special services or other requirements necessary for the best interest of the camper and shall give the Executive Director the right to approve and obtain any medical attention necessary for the campers’ welfare and good health including offering injection, anesthesia or surgery. In such a situation, the camp will attempt to notify the parents/guardians as soon as possible. The parents/guardian are responsible for any additional expense that may result from such services.
Please remember, when bringing any medications to camp they MUST be in their original container.