Sponsored Post: Sherwood Park Celiac Support Group partners with Camp

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This announcement is from the Sherwood Park Celiac Support Group:

The Sherwood Park Celiac Support Group has partnered with the Allergy Asthma Information Association (AAIA) and YWCA YoWoChAs Outdoor Education Center to provide an opportunity for children with Celiac disease to attend summer camp.  The camp is open to children 6 - 15 years of age and will be held at the YWCA YoWoChAs Outdoor Education Center (80 km west of Edmonton, AB) from July 23 to 27, 2012.  The Celiac campers will participate in all camp activities, but the meal and snack menu has been modified to be gluten-free.

The Food Allergy and Celiac Summer Camp will provide children and teens with celiac disease the chance to participate in a traditional summer camp.  Children with Celiac disease won't have to worry about the food being safe for them to eat or if it will make them sick.  They can just enjoy going to camp and being kids.

For questions regarding the gluten-free menu, please contact Cathy at spceliacs@gmail.com or (780) 467-6170. Contact YWCA YoWoChAs Outdoor Education Centre at (780) 892-2660 or yowochas@ywcaofedmonton.org for any other questions.

Registration begins on February 21, 2012 and runs until the end of June, I believe.  YWCA YoWoChAs Outdoor Education Centre handles the registration.  Only 20 spots available for children with Celiac Disease.

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6 comments :

  1. This is wonderful news

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  2. This is awesome! Finally kids with celiac disease have an opportunitie to go to camp and not worry about getting sick. Hopeful a lot of kids with celiac disease get to go to experience this wonderful camp and I hope that the camp and the Sherwood park celiac support group will contuine to run the camp for a very long time! I hope all the kids that get to go to the camp have a lot of fun and do not get sick. I hope that a lot of kids register for the camp. Hope the result is awesome and everyone has a lot of fun! Please register!

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  5. Did they discussed about childhood nutrition? I want to send my daughter to a Summer Camp like that because she has celiac disease and I know that she will enjoy those activities in the camp site.

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  6. The school should not only guide their students on what are learning but also on how they maintain their overall health condition. That means, the school should also teach the students on what are the nutritious foods for them to eat.

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