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July 18 - 23, 1999

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Barlow Respiratory Hospital
the American Lung Association
of ?Los Angeles County

What is Asthma Camp?

Asthma Camp program is designed to provide children who have moderate to severe asthma, with the opportunity to enjoy a camping experience while learning how to manage and cope with their asthma.

Who May Attend?

Asthma Camp is open to boys and girls (9-14 years of age) who live in Los Angeles County and who have been diagnosed with moderate to severe asthma. ?Parents are required to attend a pre-camp meeting.

Who Provides Medical Supervision?

Barlow Respiratory Hospital will provide physicians, registered nurses and other allied health-care professionals. ?Available 24 hours, the professional staff will carry out the orders of the child's personal physician and assist in the supervision of camp activities.

About the Camp Program

Asthma Camp offers a variety of fun activities such as: swimming, hiking, arts and crafts, archery, camp olympics, riflery, movies, talent night and dances. ?In addition to these activities, educational programs have been designed to help the children understand their asthma, recognize what triggers asthma and learn how to prevent and control asthmatic episodes.

Where is Camp Held?

The 22nd Annual Asthma Camp will be held at the Big Bear Conference Center on Metcalf Bay, at the south end of Big Bear Lake in the San Bernadino National Forest. ?The campsite is a modern camp facility accredited by the American Camping Associatio, and is staffed by trained counselors and water safety instructors.

What are the Costs?

There are no costs to campers this year! ?The 22nd Annual Asthma Camp, presented by the American Lung Association of Los Angeles County and Barlow Respiratory Hospital, will cover the entire camp fee. ?Bus transportation is provided between the Lung Association's office and the camp. ?Corporate sponsorships and individual donations of money and services are always welcome.

Call the American Lung Association
at or 1-800-LUNG-USA or

Email us

for information and to request an application.
Applications should be received at the American Lung Association Office by June 7, 1999.
This year, Registration is limited to 90 campers, so contact us as soon as possible!

(Updated 03/27/99)

When You Can't Breathe, Nothing Else Matters ?
The mission of the American Lung Association of Los Angeles County
is to prevent and eliminate lung disease
and to improve the quality of life and health of those with lung disease.
Your contributions to Christmas Seals ? and Chanukah Seals ? help make the difference.

For more information on lung health, programs, and special events,
call ? ? (or ? ; ? ; ?1-800-LUNG-USA), ? or send us email.
? 1999 American Lung Association of Los Angeles County

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