At Camp

Camp is something every child should have the chance to experience, and children with food allergies are no exception. Staff, physicians, parents and campers themselves must work together to minimize the risk of food allergen exposure.

Family Responsibilities at Camp

Prepare for your child’s time at camp by choosing the right camp, notifying staff and providing an emergency care plan.

Camper Responsibilities

Your son or daughter may be too excited for camp to think much about food allergies. But it’s important to understand that he or she plays a role in staying safe.

Camp Staff Responsibilities

Having a written food allergy policy will ensure your staff are ready to care for children who experience food allergy reactions at camp.

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