EYour child´s health is of extreme importance to Lacunza SummerCamp. For this reason, we ask that you report any and all special needs such as diet, medical conditions or allergies to Lacunza Summer Camp so that we may provide your child with the attention they require making them feel as comfortable and as safe as possible while away from home.
Lacunza Summer Camp has an infirmary to administer first aid for any minor injuries or illnesss. There is also an emergency room located a very short distance from the camp.
Students from Spain must provide a copy of their Spanish Social Security Card to the camp administrators before or upon their arrival to camp. If they have private insurance, they must also bring a copy of that document, as well. These documents will be filed by camp staff and will only be used if a child needs medical care.
Students coming from countries within the European Union must bring their European Sanitary Card with them. It is required that campers from the EU provide a photocopy of this document to camp administration before or upon their arrival to be kept on file in case the child needs any type of medical care during their stay at camp. You may solicit this document in the Social Security office in your home country.
Students coming from countries outside of the European Union should make sure that they are insured by a private company that provides health insurance while traveling or is excepted by Spanish Social Security services. A copy of the child´s insurance policy and/or insurance card must be given to camp administration before or upon each students arrival to camp.