Minor headaches, stomach pain, cramps, and cuts should be reported to the student’s counselor right away. First-aid kits will be available and will be administered by the staff. Camp staff is not allowed to give students any medication, unless authorized by the student’s parent, guardian, or medical personnel. Over-the-counter medication can be provided by a nurse or a medical professional, if necessary.
If the health condition is severe enough to warrant immediate medical attention, the Head Counselor and/or the Program Director(s) should take the student to the nearest emergency hospital and notify the parent/guardians immediately. Program Director(s) will hold all emergency medical forms and health insurance information on hand at all times, in case of such emergencies.
During the camp, if there should be a car accident, call 911, record and exchange car insurance policy numbers, names, phone numbers, and license plate numbers with the other party involved in the accident.
All accidents are to be reported to the Program Director and/or Head Counselor. Parents/guardians will be notified of all accidents/incidences that require professional assistance