Physical and Health Assessment Protocol – Must be dated no later than 24 months before the last day of your camper at camp. The physical examination or health certificate must include a statement of the child`s general health and the presence of a known medical or emotional illness or disorder that poses a risk to other children or impairs the child`s functional ability to participate in camp safety. Doctor`s Administration Form – THIS ONLY APPLIES IF YOUR CAMPER IS TAKING MEDICATIONS, PRESCRIPTION OR OVER-THE-COUNTER MEDICATIONS. A medication form is required for each over-the-counter and prescription medication brought to camp. Each form must be signed by your child`s health care provider. All medications must be in the original container. The formulary and medications will be picked up at check-in and returned on departure. In order to participate in the camp, all campers must provide proof of insurance. Click here for instructions on how to download your insurance card, or click here for a link to the Document Center where you can download JPEG or PDF copies of your insurance cards. HEALTH PLAN – THIS ONLY APPLIES IF YOUR RV HAS A DISABILITY OR SPECIAL HEALTH NEEDS SUCH AS ALLERGIES WITH PPE PENS, SEIZURES, ETC. If your RV has a disability or special health needs, individual plan care should be developed with the child`s parents and health care provider. The plan includes appropriate care for the child in the event of a medical or other emergency.
Please use this form to develop your individual care plan with your child`s doctor. If you have any questions about camp health management practices and your child`s support, please contact camp staff at 860-974-1336. Click here to fill out the camper information form online Financial Aid 2022 – Camp Woodstock awards scholarships over $100,000 each summer! We want as many campers as possible to participate in the camp. Don`t let money be an obstacle, fill out the application for financial assistance below. Online Health Form Instructions – Our health form is now online and can be completed with your camper registration. Here you will find instructions on how to register and complete the health form. On this page you will find our recommended packing list for a two-week stay in the camp. There is a camper section and a parent section of the form. Below are some useful forms and instructions. If you are unable to download these forms, please contact the office at 860-974-1336. How to download medical forms – You can download medical forms directly to your camper registration.
Here you will find instructions on how to register and download the forms. Health Insurance Card – The camp requires that a copy of the front and back of the insurance card be uploaded to your camper`s registration portal, in addition to the information written on the medical form itself. All campers must have health insurance valid for the duration of their stay. COVID-19 Waiver – All camper and staff families must complete, sign and download this form. If you are having trouble uploading your records online, please contact our nurses! How to make an additional payment online – Here are instructions to help you make an additional payment online. Click here to download the 2022 Abnaki Physician Examination Form (Form 2) Immunization Record – Campers of school age or younger must include documentation attesting that they have been properly vaccinated in accordance with the schedule adopted by the Commissioner of Public Health pursuant to Section 19a-7f of the Connecticut General Statutes. Parent Information Manual 2020 – The Parent Manual is a great resource for ALL parents with check-in and check-out information, FAQs and a packing list. The 2021 Parent Handbook will be available soon!.