Can Headfirst accommodate children with peanut or life-threatening allergies?
Yes. Families with children who have peanut or nut allergies can feel safe and comfortable at Headfirst Camps. We are well aware of the dangers and concerns with all children allergies and take our allergy procedures and systems seriously. Upon registration (and in the morning of each camp day), Headfirst directors take special note of the children with allergies by placing a mandatory, but inconspicuous, colored paper bracelet around the child’s wrist marked with the child’s name for identification purposes (in case of EpiPen use, etc). During both lunch and snack breaks, we have a separate “nut free” area, taking special care not to make the campers with allergies feel alienated during our eating breaks. At the end of each eating period, we demand all campers wash their hands with soap and warm water to ensure they thoroughly clean their hands. If you have any questions about our policies, please feel free to contact the camp office at anytime or see the Site-Director on location. If