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Hasbro Offers Summer Camp For Kids With Asthma

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Hasbro Children’s Hospital is accepting applications for its summer camp for kids with asthma. Hiking, swimming, or canoeing at summer camp may be...

Hasbro Children’s Hospital is accepting applications for its summer camp for kids with asthma. Hiking, swimming, or canoeing at summer camp may be challenging for kids with asthma. But Hasbro’s camp makes it easier. That’s because doctors and nurses are on on-site to treat any respiratory issues that may arise.

Director Miosotis Alsina said the camp is an opportunity for kids to meet others with similar health issues. “They’re able to interact with other children in a group setting and learn from one another, also learn from a group of doctors," said Alsina.

The camp is free and open to kids ages nine to thirteen. Applications are due May 1, and the camp begins June 28.

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Hasbro Offers Summer Camp For Kids With Asthma
Hasbro Offers Summer Camp For Kids With Asthma