About the Camp
Come to ADA Camp Sealth and learn new skills and improve diabetes self-management.
Campers visit medical staff before each meal and at bedtime. Meal choices are discussed with the dietitian, followed by blood sugar testing, and insulin dosing with physicians and nurses.
Together, the medical staff and camper decide the appropriate dose of insulin based on individual carbohydrate to insulin ratios and sliding scales. Blood sugar testing and insulin adjustments are made as appropriate to scheduled activities, and night time checks are performed when necessary. Every camper enters camp at a different stage of self-management, and the medical team is there to provide the highest quality care regardless of a child's individual skills and knowledge.
The American Diabetes Association is committed to providing educational information and referral services for children with diabetes and their families, advocating for fair and quality treatment of children with diabetes in schools, and increasing federal funding for diabetes research.
Applications are accepted on a first come, first served basis. Limited space is available.
Visit www.campsealth.org for more information on Camp Sealth.
Camp Fee: $635
Non-Refundable Deposit: $60*
Total Camp Fee (including non-refundable deposit): $695
*Non-refundable deposit required for all applicants. Financial aid will not count towards this fee.Apply for Camp
More Information About the Camp
Children Without Diabetes
If your child would like to attend camp with a friend or family member that does not have diabetes then those children will need to register directly with Camp Sealth and NOT through the American Diabetes Association. All applications for children without diabetes will be rejected.
If your child is in need of financial aid to pay for camp's program fee then please fill out and return the financial assistance in the supplemental forms packet emailed to you after registering. In addition, you will need to inclue a copy of your most recent 1040 tax form (for verification purposes).
The American Diabetes Association relies on a team of exceptional volunteers to make sure our Campers can focus on enjoying summer camp, not worrying about their diabetes management. As a volunteer, you can gain experience helping children with type 1 diabetes manage the disease, learn about new diabetes technology and work with medical professionals from across Washington State. We are looking for doctors, nurses, nutritionists, pharmacists, health assistants, and non-medical volunteers.
For more information, please contact Kelsey Stefanik-Guizlo at 206-282-4616 ext. 7212 or email@example.com.
All American Diabetes Association campers and staff at 2016 Diabetes Camps are required to be up to date on immunizations. More information can be found in the Camp application and supplemental forms. For questions, contact your local American Diabetes Association office.
The current schedule (2016 update coming soon) can be found at www.cdc.gov/vaccines/schedules/easy-to-read/. Please note that the HPV vaccine is not required for Camp.
Thanks to Our Sponsors
Thank you Propel Insurance, Premera and Costco Wholesale for supporting ADA Camp Sealth!