Each Scout and adult participant staying in camp more than 23 hours or anyone planning on participating in any camp program must have a completed medical form on file at the Camp Health Lodge.
BSA requires a physical evaluation be completed annually for adults and Scouts attending resident camps. A health form signed by a licensed health care provider and dated within one year of the month attending camp must be on file at the camp’s medical facility. The form is good through the last day of the month the physical was done, one year later. The current BSA Annual Health and Medical Record, a three part (A, B and C) medical history and physical evaluation form, is required for all Scouts and adults attending resident camp. Additionally, Connecticut Yankee Council added an addendum to meet Connecticut DPH regulations. Together, these parts make up the Connecticut Yankee Council Health Form that will allow your Scouts and adult participants to attend Camp Sequassen. The CYC Addendum is required for all campers under 18 years of age to receive over-the-counter (OTC) drugs and products for the routine treatment of minor ailments and injuries and for issuing preventative topicals such as sunscreen.
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Once the CYC Health Form is completed, it should be provided to the unit leader so they can send it to Nurse Dave no later than two week prior to your unit’s arrival at Camp Sequassen. Any additional medical forms or any medication your participants will need during their session at Camp Sequassen, should be turned into the Health Lodge at their scheduled time upon arrival on Sunday.