The Camp Director reserves the right to dismiss any camper who he deems to pose a potential risk to the safety and rights of others, or who appears to have rejected the reasonable controls of the camp.
The parents/guardians submitting this application are those having legal custody over the child. Conditions of custody, if applicable will be fully communicated to the camp in writing and a photocopy of the section of the court order referring to visitation rights will also be submitted. This information will be kept confidential.
Every precaution is taken to insure the safety and good health of our campers, but in the event of illness or accident, the Ontario Camp of the Deaf, including the camp directors, and their staff, and the employees of facilities outside camp grounds are hereby released from liability. Each camper must be covered by Provincial Health or equivalent medical insurance.
In the event that a camper requires any special medications, X-rays, or treatment beyond that which the camp provides, the parent/guardians will be notified immediately. Parents/guardians will also be informed of any additional charges for this special care.
I have signed and returned the Picture Taken Consent Form
We cannot guarantee a total peanut and/or nut free environment. Campers with those allergies will be safe guarded accordingly.
Parents who drop campers at camp are asked to leave once their child is settled into the program