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This is an amazing camp where children and teens with epilepsy can feel accepted, understood and unafraid. Best of all, they get to explore nature, learn new skills, try new activities and make new friends.
The summer 2014 session of Camp Neuron will be held from July 6 - July 12 at the Lions Club Camp in Kerrville, Texas.
Camp Neuron was founded by the Epilepsy Foundation to provide a safe and comfortable environment where young people with epilepsy, ages 8-14, have the chance to:
Camp Neuron is staffed by medical professionals and specially trained volunteer counselors. The Medical staff are employees of Cook Children’s and include pediatric neurologists and registered nurses.
A medical team consisting of volunteer physicians, nurse practitioners, and nurses provide medical supervision 24 hours a day. The dispensing of medicine is very closely monitored as prescribed by your child’s physician. Children are required to bring their own medications to camp.
Children and teens, ages 8-14 years with epilepsy. Campers are accepted once the full application has been reviewed. Availability is on a first-come, first-served basis.
Campers participate in fun activities such as:
Camp Neuron info and application – call 888-548-9716 or email email@example.com.
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