Florida Youth Camps FAQ’s
We recommend that campers with severe allergies bring their own food because we cannot guarantee that there will be no cross-contamination. Dedicated refrigerators are available where campers can store any food they need to bring.
Word of Life is not an allergen-free facility, as we regularly serve foods containing peanuts and tree nuts, dairy products, seafood and fish, eggs, gluten, refined sugars, soy, and other common allergens. Word of Life strives to keep allergen items separate during preparation, serving, and storage for your safety but it is not guaranteed. We cannot guarantee that campers will completely avoid contact with a particular food while at our facilities, and we may not be able to accommodate those with severe allergies, who react not only to a food being ingested, but also to skin contact, close proximity, or an airborne allergen.
It is the responsibility of the parent or youth leader to communicate with the culinary staff to assess possible accommodations.
Doctor and Nurse Questions
Junior Camp is for children and pre-teens ages 6-12. Campers must be at least 6 years old at the time of attendance and must not have reached their 14th birthday.
Teen camp is for teens ages 12-18. Campers must be at least 11 years old and must not have reached their 20th birthday.
c. under the control (usually a leash) of their handler
d. not endangering the safety of others
e. not causing a disruption