Health & Safety

Health & Wellness Center

The Camp Health Center is a cornerstone of our commitment to ensuring a secure and healthy environment for all our campers. Our dedicated Wellness Center is staffed by a qualified registered nurse, who is available around the clock to manage medication administration, offer first-aid assistance, provide preventive care, and assess the need for further medical services.

In partnership with our skilled registered nurses, we have the expertise of Melissa Donais, a distinguished Health Care Consultant. Mrs. Donais is a board-certified family nurse practitioner (RN, FNP-BC) and is readily available for consultations with our staff at any time. Her vast knowledge and experience enrich the level of care we offer, reinforcing our dedication to your child’s well-being throughout their time at camp.

Complementing our health office team, our Activity Heads are well-prepared with first aid training and American Red Cross CPR certification. Our pool lifeguards are equipped with essential lifesaving skills and hold certification as Water Safety Instructors. At our boating waterfront, you can count on the vigilance of two dedicated lifeguards, all of whom possess Small Craft Safety training certified by the American Red Cross.

To ensure a rapid response in any emergency situation, our staff has access to life-saving equipment, including AEDs, comprehensive first-aid kits, and emergency phones strategically placed throughout the campus. Your safety and well-being are our top priorities, and our team is fully equipped and trained to provide the utmost care and support.

We are dedicated to providing a safe and inclusive dining experience at our camp. While our campus isn’t entirely nut-free, we maintain a strong commitment to nut sensitivity. Our daily snack offerings feature a diverse range of options to cater to all campers’ needs. Families also have the flexibility to bring their own snacks should they prefer.

Families can choose between packing their child’s lunch or ordering a meal from our dining services team. Lunch is included in the tuition fees. If a camper brings a bagged lunch, it will be collected at drop-off and stored in a refrigerated area until lunchtime. For campers with special dietary requirements, we kindly request parents to inform us of their child’s nutritional needs.

We’ve streamlined the process of communicating dietary preferences with us through the registration forms. If you have any inquiries or concerns, please don’t hesitate to reach out. Your camper’s health and safety are of utmost importance to us. Additionally, families can access the ingredients list for all snack items for easy planning.

To ensure the safety and well-being of all campers and staff, we have specific guidelines regarding medication management on our campus. All medications must be in their original containers and will be securely stored in our Health Center, with the exception of inhalers and EpiPens. Please note that campers and staff are not permitted to carry any medication on their person, including vitamins and over-the-counter medications.

To maintain a thorough and accurate record, all medications, unless they are part of our standing orders, must be documented and signed for by a guardian using our Medication Administration Form. We will provide detailed information about this process during the registration, ensuring that you have a clear understanding of our medication policy to promote a safe and nurturing camp experience.

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