Boys and Girls Club Summer Program

Posted on: Wed, 06/01/2005 - 7:57am
bubbles's picture
Joined: 06/01/2005 - 09:00

I just enrolled my child (severe PA) in the BGC (Boys and Girls Club) summer program locally.

The director of the local club informed me that either myself or my child would have to administer an epipen injection if needed and they could do *nothing*, other than call 911, though we could keep the epipen on-site.

Is this what others have found with the Boys and Girls Club? I cannot believe that they wouldn't even provide basic First-Aid to my dying child!!

I have emailed the Nation BGC office to find out if it is policy to not administer first-aid.

Anyone have *any* suggestions!?


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