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Health & Safety

Medical professionals on site every week of the summer

It takes a lot of trust to send a child away for a week and we don’t take the responsibility lightly! At Camp our first organizational priority is the safety of our campers. A safe environment is the foundation for a fun summer camp experience. We have a great team working year-round to provide a safe and exciting place for your children.

How We Do Things...

Medical professionals on site every week of the summer

We aim to have three or more medical professionals on site every week of the summer. This team administers first aid, distributes camper medication, and deliver an opening day safety talk with all campers on sun safety, hydration and safe footwear. Positions exist for nurses, doctors and paramedics. Find out more about joining our team.

How We Do Things...

Medication

All medication is given to our team during check-in. Nurses administer prescriptions at meal times and in the evening as necessary. Campers are not permitted to keep medication in cabins. Very our Camper Medication Resource PDF for parents below.

Emergencies

Early week each core program performs a routine practice drill. This ensures everyone knows what the alarm sounds like and where to go in the event of a missing person or emergency situation.

Training

Every year our summer team is trained to know how to deal with bullying, emergency situations and camper injuries. Our staff training is a week longer than other camps on average.

Mini-Yo-We Lice Policy

The head louse is a tiny insect that lives on human heads. Head lice is a common problem amongst children and is occasionally identified in our incoming campers. Since Camp is a community living in close quarters, the spread of lice can happen quite quickly. Each camper is checked for lice upon arrival on property. If lice is found, parents will have the option to pay a one-time fee of $250.00 to cover the cost of lice treatment by our staff team. This includes 2-3 on-site treatments on site. Click here to read our entire lice prevention policy.
To reduce disappointment we strongly encourage parents to check their child’s head for lice both one week and one day before arriving at Camp. 

Mini-Yo-We Peanut & Nut Policy

We take the safety of our campers with nut allergies very seriously. However, due to variables outside our control, we do not claim to be a peanut-free or nut-free environment. We consider Camp a nut-aware facility by taking the following proactive steps:

  • Camp kitchens do not knowingly serve food that contains nuts. We do however permit the use of products that list “may contain traces of peanut products” or “may contain traces of nut products” in the ingredient list.
  • Our tuck shops do not knowingly stock snacks that contain nuts.
  • We request that campers, staff and guests do not bring products containing nuts onto our facility.
  • Staff are instructed to remove products containing nuts from the property if found.

The private residences of staff living on property are not required to be nut-free. Campers are not permitted in these areas.

Campers prone to anaphylactic reactions are required to bring two epi-pens and carry one on their body at all times. Parents of campers with a known anaphylactic allergy must disclose this condition on the camper’s medical forms during registration. We encourage parents to talk with the medical staff and their children’s cabin leader upon their arrival.

Mini-Yo-We Medication Policy

Parents/guardians are required to disclose any prescription medication that a camper takes on their medical form during registration. If camper has medications, the medications should come packed as follows:

  • Leave medication in their original packages.
  • Write the camper’s name on a Ziploc bag and place medications inside in it’s original packaging.

Medication will be collected by a member of our team during the check-in process. Our medical team distributes medication four times a day at breakfast, lunch, dinner and before bed.

Campers with medications should have a photo on medical form for camper identification. If a photo is not provided during registration we will try to get a new photo during check-in.

Over-the-counter medication can be brought to Camp but must to given to the nurses at check-in as it is not permitted to kept in campers accommodations. Our First Aid Station is well equipped with all common medications required by campers during their week at Camp.

Camper Medication Resource

If you are brining a camper with medication please read this PDF ahead of time! We talk through how to pack medication, how much to bring, when medication is delivered and more. This will ensure a smooth check-in for yourself and a seamless transition from home to camp in regards to your camper’s medication.

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CONTACT US
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RR4, 2400 Limberlost Rd
Huntsville, ON P1H 2J6

For Summer Camps inquiries:
TEL: (905)479-9388
EMAIL: info@olympiasportscamp.com

For Outdoor Education Program inquiries:
TEL: (705) 783-6678
EMAIL: outdoored@olympiasportscamp.com

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