Health & Wellness
As required by Massachusetts State Law, each camper must have on file a completed physical as well as a current record of immunizations by their physician. Nobles Day Camp requires that all campers have on file:
- Completed Health History Form
- Completed and signed Parent Authorization Form
- Copy of a physical dated on or after June 26, 2016 and signed by a doctor or nurse practitioner
- Copy of their immunization record
Please check the 2017 Camper Completion Guide to make sure you have completed all necessary documents.
Nobles Day Camp Health History Form
Nobles Day Camp Health History Form asks you to share personal information about your child. We do this to enlist parents as partners in the transition from home to camp – so we can provide the best possible experience for your child. We want what you want: a safe, secure and successful experience, enjoying fun activities in a camp setting.
There is a registered nurse on site, and many of our staff are certified in CPR and First Aid. Our entire camp staff is EpiPen trained. To better serve your child, it is critical to share all emotional and physical information to ensure a positive camping experience
Some parents are uncertain about what information is appropriate to share. Sharing information may worry you, because you think it might stigmatize your child, and you want camp to be a “fresh start.” Rather, we use the information to make plans, support your child in the best way possible, and to make sound decisions. We are careful to share the information only with those staff members at camp who may interact with your child.
Prior to registering, feel free to call the Day Camp office at 781-320-1320 to discuss any concerns you may have.
Nobles Day Camp is in compliance with regulations of the Massachusetts Department of Public Health (105 CMR 430) and licensed by the Town of Dedham Board of Health.
Information on these regulations may be obtained at 781–751–9220.