Tim Horton Children’s Camps are getting free units of a new talking epinephrine auto-injector to better serve campers with allergies this summer. Sanofi is donating 80 Allerject products to the five Canadian camps including 25 to the Parry Sound camp of Lorimer Lake. General Manager of the Lorimer Lake Camp Gillian Crouse says the product will help the camps to fulfill their health and wellness protocols.
Allerject is the first ‘talking’ epinephrine auto-injector as it comes with automated voice instructions which guide individuals through the injection process. The five Tim Horton's Camps in Canada are expected to see 13,000 kids this summer, including kids from Cochrane, many with food and environmental allergies.