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Medication and Special Needs

What if a camper requires medication?
A certified first-aid person will collect and deliver the medication to your child. A medication form is needed for over-the-counter medicine and prescription medication including EPI pens.  Fill out the medication form from our FORMS page and bring it with you to check-in. A medical form is also made available to you to fill out and submit when you register your camper. 

Medication MUST be brought to LBC in original containers placed in a Ziploc bag marked with the camper's name and clear dosing instructions. Visit the first aid table to deliver the medication (and form) at check-in.  Remember to pick up any remaining medication at check-out!

Special Dietary Requirements
LBC can address many medical dietary needs. However we cannot accommodate personal preferences.  Please be aware that we are not a nut-free facility. The camp store carries candy bars that may have nuts. To address dietary needs:

  • Step 1: Complete medical portion of online registration. Contact Kitchen Manager if your camper's restricted diet requires you to send special food and/or if camper has experienced a severe reaction in the past that you would like to discuss: 425.501.6455 or
  • Step 2: Stop by the dietary table during check-in to discuss the plan for your camper's needs.

What happens when a camper gets homesick?
We do our best to keep a homesick camper extra busy making friends, helping cabin leaders, and being engaged in camp activities. If you have helpful tips for dealing with your child’s worry, please let us know in advance.

What if a camper has impaired mobility?
The camp was built 50 years ago. While our goal is to update the entire camp to be accessible to all, our new lodge is currently the only building with a ramp and ADA approved shower and toilet. The dining hall and chapel can be easily accessed from a paved driveway and should pose no problem to those with limited mobility who want to come for the day. The cabins are more difficult as they have an uneven dirt path leading to them as well as a 4″ step up to the door. Because every situation is unique, we encourage people to schedule a visit before the camp begins.

What if a camper requires a service animal?
Well behaved service animals, that have been trained to perform a specific task and that remain on active duty, are welcome to join a disabled camper. Please leave pets at home.