Forms and Documents
Forms Dashboard is the place to find all Camp Forms & Documents. Some forms are required, while others provide important information. To log on and see the forms: go to our home page, scroll down, and on the right, there is a prominent box that says, “CampInTouch Login”. Click on that, and enter your email and the password you set up when registering your camper. This will take you to a welcome page, and from there you will be able to access everything you need to prepare for the summer. This will also be the place to stay connected with while your camper is here at The Heart.
To access the forms, you will see “Forms Dashboard” with “Forms and Documents”. Clicking on that will take you to a list of the forms we will need from you by the time your camper arrives. Don’t worry, they aren’t as time-consuming as you might imagine! We will send automatically generated reminders as the deadline approaches.
All information submitted on these forms is confidential with our nurses and the director.
To help us gauge camper interest in the activities we hope to offer, please select the 12 activities you believe your camper will be most interested in for the summer. This is not a commitment on her part, nor is this intended to serve as a final schedule. It is just planning tool so that we will know how many time slots to offer each activity.
Additional Options Form
New considerations have come up with our system of all-inclusive tuition. Here are the details of optional services that you may choose to participate in.
These are questions to help the tepee counselor get to know your camper and her needs, so all information shared here will be passed along.
This form confirms for us the number of terms your camper has attended The Heart.
We make every effort to accommodate tepee requests. Please complete with one or two friends your camper would like to share a cabin with. If your camper does not have a specific request, please enter “none”.
- What to Pack: A list of things your camper should plan to wear and bring with her to camp.
- Abuse Prevention: We train our staff, but it is important for each family to train their children to know boundaries and two key eight-word phrases.
- Accommodations and Directions: A list of local places to stay for opening/closing days of camp.