SESSION TWO: July 31-August 18th
How is medical care handled? How are emergencies handled?
Parents/guardians are advised that the following procedures will be taken in the event of injury or other health emergencies occurring to participants:
- Minor cuts, abrasions and bruises will be taken care of by program personnel who will see that the injured area is properly cleansed and covered. Parent/guardian will be called if trauma occurs.
- In the event of an obviously serious situation, staff will call 911 (Emergency) and make every effort to contact parent/guardian to advise them of the situation. Unless otherwise directed, child will be transported to an emergency hospital facility.
Consent to Medical Treatment of a Minor Child
I, the parent or legal guardian of the child(ren) listed above, herein referred to as “my child”, hereby consent and give permission to Summer Fun to render emergency medical treatment to my child.
I further authorize and consent to medical, surgical and/or hospital care, treatment and procedures, to be performed for my child by a licensed physician or hospital staff, when deemed immediately necessary or advisable by a physician and I can not be contacted. I hereby waive my right to an informed consent for such treatment.
I further give permission for my child to be transported by ambulance and/or car to a hospital emergency center for treatment.
I certify (or declare) under penalty of perjury under the laws of the State of Washington, that the foregoing is my free and voluntary act and that the information provided herein is true and correct according to my personal knowledge and belief.
All participants of Summer Fun must carry their own medical insurance. By checking this box, you affirm that your child(ren) is covered by the above listed medical policy for the duration of the camp for which you are registering and release Summer Fun, camp site, Director, instructors and/or staff from all liabilities and claims connected with injuries or accidents on or off school or theater property.