Guidelines for Medically Needy Children
At this time, we cannot accept children into our summer camp that have any of the following disqualifying medical conditions. Exceptions will only be made in cases where your child has a Home Health Aid or Nurse that will attend camp with them daily when the following services need to be provided.
- Medication Administration – We cannot administer medication to any camper. You must have a parent or nurse come daily to administer any medications your child needs during the camp day. (This does not include rescue meds, inhalers, EpiPens, etc.)
- Feeding Tubes
- Colostomy Bags
- Epilepsy/Seizure Disorder requiring multiple hospitalizations within the last 6 months.
- Any other medical conditions that require daily medical care when they are at camp.
Guidelines for Behaviorally Intensive Children
At this time, we cannot accept children into our summer camp that have any of the following disqualifying behavioral or mental health conditions. Exceptions may be made to current patients of our clinic that will be attending camp with their current therapist only after they have been evaluated and approved by Dr. Keefer.
- Severe Aggression Requiring Medical Attention
- Suicidal or Homicidal Ideation within the last 6 months.
- Self-Injurious Behaviors Requiring Hospitalization within the last 6 months.
- Multiple Baker Acts or Involuntary Commitments within the last 6 months.
- Elopement (Running Away) Requiring Police Involvement within the last 6 months.
- Any Inappropriate Sexual Behaviors or Conduct (No Exceptions)
- Any Significant/Severe Behaviors within the last 6 months that resulted in
- Police Involvement
- Media Attention
Insurance Approval Guidelines
Insurance may approve some or all of your cost of our ABA summer camp. Your child must have a qualifying diagnosis and approval for Medically Necessary ABA Services through your insurance carrier. See our “Becoming a Patient” link on our webpage www.collaborative-solutions.org.