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Diabetes Camps Survey

Thank you for participating in my survey regarding the influence of diabetes camps on young and newly diagnosed people with diabetes. This survey is being used to gather information to be presented in a paper for my senior capstone course at Northern Arizona University, where it will be presented at the Parks and Recreation Management Professional Conference, to be held April 22 in Flagstaff, AZ.

Jared Sibbitt
Northern Arizona University


1. Have you ever attended a diabetes camp of any sort and in any capacity, whether as a camper or staff or a residential or day camp? If so please elaborate. (Where, when, how long, etc…)


2. If you have as a camper would you consider your experience a positive or negative one and why?


3. What do you see as being the benefits of special purpose diabetes camps? Please specify residential or day camp.
4. Do you feel there are any negatives or drawbacks to these camps, if so what?
5. What did you learn, if anything at these camps, and how would you characterize the experience in terms of shaping your growth both as a diabetic and general and outdoor recreation? (If it was an outdoor program.)
6. If you have worked at such a camp, what is your impression of the impact of the experience on the development of young diabetics and their management of their disease?
7. Do you have any further comments about programs you are familiar with, impacts of these camps, their influence on you or someone you know, or anything else?
8. What ages did you or those you worked with attend these camps?





                 
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