If a child does not feel well during day camp or suffers from any ailments, the camp leader will contact the child’s parent or guardian for them to pick the child up as soon as possible.
A child suffering from a severe allergy must always have an EpiPen within reach for use by day camp personnel. Camp leaders are not authorized to carry children’s EpiPens for them.
No medication can be administered to a child without the parent’s written consent. For any medical prescription, medication has to be in its original container and clearly identified with the child’s name on it.
For security reasons, the child will take their medication under the supervision of their camp leader and another person in charge.
The parent must complete a medication administration authorization form in order to prevent misinterpretation of instructions. The authorization form is available at the day camp reception desk.
The staff is equipped to treat minor injuries. If a child suffers a minor injury, the staff will do what is necessary and report the incident to the parents for any follow-up care at home.
In the unlikely event of severe injury, the camp leader will immediately contact emergency services and then the parents to verbally inform them of the situation. A detailed incident report will be submitted to the parents to ensure any follow-ups with healthcare professionals.
Loisirs Laurendeau-Dunton cannot be held responsible for injuries suffered during day camp activities.