Prescription and Non-Prescription Medications:
Campers who are required to take any medications during the day must submit a Medication Authorization Form.
Please make sure that all medications are in the original container with the camper’s name and DOB on the bottle. We are not permitted to accept medication in a daily pill box or ziplock baggie.
Emergency Medications: Inhalers and Epi-Pens
Campers who require an inhaler and/or epi-pens must submit the self-carry Medication Authorization Form. Please make sure to bring 2 sets of emergency medications. One set that we can keep with us at the medical station during camp week. One set that the camper can give to their coach to hold during the day, but is given back to them at night to take home. The second set that we hold is a spare set in the event that the camper leaves his/her emergency medication at home.
- Campers who have severe Allergies, or suffer from Asthma, Epilepsy, or Diabetes will need to complete and submit the appropriate Action Plan Form.
- Allergy Action Plan
- Asthma Action Plan
- Diabetes Action Plan
- Seizure Action Plan
Concussion Awareness FACT sheets:
Basketball is a very physical sport and can result in a participant sustaining a concussion. Please take a moment to read through the Concussion Awareness FACT sheets:
- Concussion Information Sheet
- Concussion Fact Sheet for Parents
- Concussion Fact Sheet for Middle School Parents
- Concussion Fact Sheet for High School Parents
Parents or carpools can check out the spare set of medications on Friday at the end of camp or at any time that works for them.
Please note we do not mail home medications that are left behind.