Camp at Home – Session 6


Welcome to Camp at Home! We are thrilled you are joining us for some Camp fun from home this weekend. This summer’s theme is Imagine, and we are looking forward to all that we can imagine with you over the next few days. We have a lot of fun, a lot of dancing, a lot of silliness, and a little bit of messiness planned for the weekend. Below are some resources that you might find helpful this weekend or whenever you need a little Camp in your life!  

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Program/Activity Resources

Medical Resources

Program/Activity Resources

Camp at Home Full Program and Song Book
Schedule of Events
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STAR Model Video



Tour The Painted Turtle Campsite!

Join longtime volunteers, Pops and Sherry, for a tour around The Painted Turtle campsite! 

Share the Fun! 

Don’t forget to send us photos of your families Camp at Home fun to!


We want to make your Camp at Home experience the best it can be!
Please text or call if you have any tech issues or questions:  661-886-3073

Medical Resources 

Well Shell Building from the front with Bali flags.

Caregiver Discussion Group – English


We know that you, as caregivers of a child with chronic illness, have much in common. The caregiver discussion provides a place for caregivers to discuss what it is like to live with a child with a chronic medical condition. The session will have a Social Worker, Susan Klein-Rothschild, and an Education Counselor, Hilary Craw, to facilitate the discussion focusing on coping skills, how to balance work, school, and home life, identifying resources and encouraging networking among families.

Please fill out the following to guide our caregiver discussion:

Caregiver Questionnaire

Grupo de Discusión del Cuidador – Español


Sabemos que ustedes, como cuidador/cuidadora de un niño/niña con condiciones crónicas, tienen mucho en común. La sesión de discusión entre Cuidadores provee un lugar para que cada cuidador/cuidadora discutan como es vivir con un niño/niña con una condición médica. En esta sesión, tendremos a una, Santa Barbara County subdirector del Departamento de Salud Pública, Susan Klein-Rothschild, y una Consejera de Educación, Hilary Craw, para facilitar la discusión, enfocándose en habilidades para sobrellevar; balancear el trabajo, escuela, y la vida en casa, identificando recursos y animando una red entre las familias.

Por favor llene las siguientes, que serán usadas para guiar la discusión entre los cuidadores:

Cuestionario del cuidador

Specialist Presentations

Video: Ken Sutha, Pediatric Nephrologist: Kidney Research Updates

Video: Thermo Fisher Presents: The Role of the HLA Laboratory and Organ Transplant

Video: Sue McDiarmid, Pediatric Gastroenterologist: Managing Long-Term Immunosuppression

Video: Suhas Radhakrishna, Pediatric Rheumatologist: COVID Concerns: Pediatric Rheumatology Perspective

Video: Epilepsy: An Overview by: Debbie Holder MD, Director, Comprehensive Epilepsy Program Director, Epilepsy Fellowship Children’s Hospital of Los Angeles

Video: Dr. Gavin Roach, COVID-19, and Hemophilia

Educational Resources - English

Jeopardy: The Medical Team has created a fun Jeopardy game for the whole family, which includes some general medical information, as well as some random fun facts!

Here are directions for playing Jeopardy:

  1. You will need Microsoft PowerPoint in order to play the Jeopardy game.
  2. Once you open the PowerPoint file, on the top of the screen you will click the “Slide Show” tab, and then click “From the Beginning”.
  3. The players will choose a category and a dollar amount – simply click on the chosen dollar amount on the first page. This will take you to the question page.
  4. To find the answer, simply push the Enter key, or click the mouse anywhere on the screen.
  5. To return to the home page and choose another category, click the Home button in the bottom right corner of the screen.
  6. Repeat steps 3-5 until you have answered all of the questions – the questions you have completed should turn another color.
  7. Have fun!!!

Video: Tips & Tricks: Subcutaneous (SubQ) Injections

Learning Independence/Transition to Adulthood – English

Education and fostering independence are an important part of what The Painted Turtle Medical Team does at camp. We acknowledge that not every child will be able to participate in their healthcare or become fully independent. However, we believe that taking responsibility for your healthcare is an important step in becoming independent and transitioning to adulthood. Learning these skills can open a whole new world for children, whether they are able to attend a sleepover or eventually live on their own. As caregivers, you play an important role in preparing your children to be responsible for as much of their own health as possible. Here are some resources we have gathered to help in the transition.

Aprender Independencia/Transición a la Edad Adulta - Español

La educación y el fomento de la independencia son partes importante de lo que el equipo médico de The Painted Turtle hace en el campamento. Reconocemos que no todos los niños podrán participar en su propia atención médica o ser totalmente independientes. Sin embargo, creemos que asumir la responsabilidad de su atención médica es un paso importante para ser independiente y pasar a la edad adulta. Aprender estas habilidades puede abrir un mundo completamente nuevo para los niños, ya sea que puedan asistir a una fiesta de pijamas o eventualmente vivir por su cuenta. Como cuidadores, ustedes juegan un papel importante en la preparación de sus hijos para ser responsables de la mayor cantidad de su propia salud como sea posible. Estos son algunos recursos que hemos reunido para ayudar en la transición.

Mental Wellness – English

We acknowledge that the past few months may have been more challenging than usual. Life as we know it has changed dramatically and along with these changes may come increased worry and stress – not only for adults, but also for kids. The Painted Turtle Medical Team has put together some family-oriented resources to help you and your family explore these feelings. We hope that these resources are helpful and provide support to your family.

Salud Mental – Español 

Reconocemos que los últimos meses han sido más desafiantes de lo habitual. La vida tal como la conocemos ha cambiado drásticamente y con estos cambios pueden venir más preocupación y estrés – no sólo para los adultos, sino también los niños. El equipo médico de Painted Turtle ha reunido algunos recursos para la familia para ayudarle a usted y a su familia a explorar estos sentimientos.  Esperamos que estos recursos sean útiles y brinden apoyo a su familia.

Share the Fun! 

Don’t forget to send us photos of  your families Camp at Home fun to!


We want to make your Camp at Home experience the best it can be!
Please text or call if you have any tech issues or questions:  661-886-3073

Special Thanks to our Camp at Home Partners for Making this Session Possible!