ASAP’s Summer Camp Abuse-Prevention Program
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You need to score 85% or higher to pass this certification. If you don’t pass, contact your camp Director for the next steps and to re-do the training
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What is your job as a camp counselor? Select all that apply
What role do clear boundaries play in the relationship between campers and counselors? Select all that apply
Sexual abuse refers only to inappropriate sexual physical contact. Inappropriate non-touching sexual behavior (such as sexual speech, gestures and showing sexual images) does violates camp rules – but is not considered sexual abuse.
Who could potentially abuse a camper? Select all that apply
What repercussions may a counselor face if they violate ASAP’s Code of Conduct? Select all that apply
You are waiting for your next activity when a camper you know from back home comes and sits on your lap. Is this permitted and why?
What is the appropriate way to respond to a situation where a young camper innocently initiates inappropriate contact (ie, sitting on your lap, tickling, long hugs)? Select all that apply.
Which of the following type(s) of physical contact are permitted between counselors and campers, when done in a public setting with other adults present with the clear consent of the camper? Select all that apply.
Which of the following violates ASAP and Camp Protocol? Select all that apply
Who could be a victim of sexual abuse?
You planned an ice breaker activity for your bunk which involves campers and counselors introducing themselves with handshakes. One camper does not want to touch anyone. What should you do? Select all that apply.
You are on an overnight campout with your campers in the woods. After the bonfire, one of your campers approaches you and says that they are afraid to sleep in a tent and asks to sleep with you in your sleeping bag. What should you do and why?
You hear a lot of noise and laughter coming from the bathrooms during shower time, and you want to make sure everything is okay. What should you do?
One of your campers has formed a close relationship with the head of the Arts and Crafts department. The staff member is constantly making them presents and letting them stay out past curfew, which violates ASAP and Camp Code of Conduct. What should you do?
Two of your campers are neighbors back home and have been best friends for years. At camp, they do everything together – eating meals, swimming, and playing sports. You just found out that they started showering together and sharing a bed. What should you do and why?
You are a counselor for a rowdy group of campers who love play fighting, including wrestling, giving wedgies and “pantsing” each other. Is this permitted?
You overhear campers “catcalling” other campers who are walking by. What do you do?
You witnessed a counselor crossing a boundary with a camper and followed protocol by reporting the incident to your supervisor. As far as you can tell, no further action was taken. The counselor continued to work as usual and continues to have inappropriate contact with this camper. What do you do and why?
Although you understand the importance of the rules outlined in ASAP’s Code of Conduct, it is important to know how to make exceptions and apply them differently for each person and situation.
Why is it important to follow the protocol outlined in ASAP’s Code of Conduct when you know that a camper is being harmed? Select all that apply.
One of your campers suddenly seems very depressed. They cry a lot, don’t want to participate in camp activities, and keep to themselves. You know that these changes can be signs that they are being sexually abused. What do you do?
Each camper needs to go into the costume room to pick out the right size costume for the upcoming play. One of your campers approaches you privately and asks if you could pick a costume for them because they hate going into that room. The camper seems unusually afraid of this particular place. What should you do and why?
Which of the following is the ideal initial response after a camper tells you that they have been sexually abused?
A camper approaches you and says the following: “I have something important to tell you, but I will only tell you if you promise that you won’t tell anyone.” What should you do?
When a camper tells you that they have been sexually abused. What is the correct order of how to proceed?
Which of the following situations could further traumatize a camper who has been sexually abused? Select all that apply.
A camper tells you that they have been sexually abused. When you explain to them that you need to inform your supervisor, the camper immediately recants everything that they said. What do you do?
You find out about a case of sexual abuse going on in your camp. You are overwhelmed with fear, confusion, anger and sadness. You simply do not know how to proceed. All of these answers below are important and recommended – but if you can only do one thing, what should it be?