What to wear- where is camp? In north Texas, summer's awfully warm so I tend to forsake scrubs
for cargo shorts with pockets. Koi actually sells capri scrubs (I own two pair) but cargo shorts are fine.
Be prepared for - anything, from evacuating a kid with a suspected neck injury to someone getting her period for the first time. You will have protocols. Review the emergency evacuation and fever/infectious disease protocols to know how and when you have to quarantine a kid.
Med pass - how many kids? How many med passes? Not sure if there are drugs that are frequently used with this population but if you can look those up. Make sure you have a way to assess which kid gets which med if the kid is non-verbal (some of the youth with Downs Syndrome are very verbal, some are not).
You might review any secondary conditions that come up with the syndrome. I think I remember there's a higher rate of hypothyroidism but I've slept since my pediatric nursing rotations.
You might want to review a pediatric nursing text for the developmental stages.
Good luck! The first day of check in may be rough, but you'll get into a rhythm. Don't let the campers or counselors hurry you in your five rights, though!