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JOIN US FAMILY DAY at Camp Knot a Phe!

Experience Camp Knot-A-Phe for a day!! 

We’d like to invite YOU up for AN AFTERNOON at Camp Knot-A-Phe.

Camp Knot a Phe is a weekend-long summer camp for patients (at least 3 years of age) with a metabolic disorder and their family.  It provides a GREAT opportunity to hang out with other kids (and adults) who follow a low protein diet and drink metabolic formula.  Plus, it’s filled with fun activities, arts and crafts, and tasty new foods to eat.

Who: For those families with a child younger than 3  years of age, or for those who aren’t quite ready to commit to a whole weekend, we still want you to know you’re part of OUR metabolic family.

When: Saturday May 26th from 1-3 pm.
Come up and play for the day! 

What:
Explore the Vendor Fair – See what’s new and exciting in the world of Medical Food. The Fair is sponsored by companies who make low protein food and formula.  
Hike around the campground in beautiful Prescott, AZ. Camp is being held at a NEW LOCATION this year!
Enjoy a snack. Both low protein and regular snacks will be provided.
Visit. See old friends and meet other families with a metabolic condition (little kids, big kids, and adults).
Get a taste for Camp Knot-A-Phe, so you can look forward to camping with us in the future!

Where: UCYC-The Springs
1400 Paradise Valley Rd.
 Prescott, AZ 86303
Please check in at The Lodge

see the map

Please RSVP (or for questions):
Jami: jami@anpadnews.org
(602-558-8158)
info@anpadnews.org

Poppets you ask?

ANPAD events with our “youngest” in mind. Poppets refers to younger children.

If you can't make it to camp join us at our next Poppets event-

Parents with younger children with PKU and Allied disorders are invited to gather once a quarter to share information and support. Families with young children (0-5 years of age) are encouraged to come, although older kids are always welcome. This will be always a fun meet and greet.  Find out what new foods your child might try next. Listen to stories from other families on how they handle the low protein diet. Meet some older parents who can answer some questions.

  • Meet other young ANPAD families
  • Build your support network
  • Kids Craft
  • Low protein snacks
  • Take home printed resources