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Asthma emergency action plan for school

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Asthma emergency action plan for school

The Oregon Health Plan provides Oregonians access to coordinated health care. It covers things like regular check-ups, perscriptions, mental health care, addiction treatment and dental testing care. Review your, oHP benefits.

Chronic Condition Policies, general Information, cPS maintains various health policies to keep your child safe at treatment school.

Many of the policies involve managing students with chronic disease. Related Policies (Asthma, Food Allergy, Diabetes, Administration of Medication Apply to all CPS students with these conditions. Establish guidelines for daily management, emergency response, and staff training requirements.

Provide necessary accommodations through 504 Plans or Individualized Education Plans (IEPs) to ensure student success in school. If your child has a chronic condition, be an advocate for your child and follow these 4 asthma easy steps at the beginning of every school year: Complete the Student Medical Information Form and return to school.

Have a doctor confirm the students health condition. Provide the school with the students medication and related paperwork.

Work with the school to complete 504 Plan/IEP and/or Emergency Action Plan * Documents and resources are included with each policy below. Why is Verification by a Doctor Needed?

Verification helps establish an Action Plan at school- this Action Plan is important in case of emergency. Verification informs school staff about your childs condition and explains their role in an emergency. It may allow your child to self-carry and self-administer his/her own medication.

It may allow your child to qualify for a 504 Plan, a document that can provide your child with specific accommodations while he/she is at school.

General Information, if you have further questions regarding the management of your students chronic condition or want to find out more about school accommodations, please contact your school nurse, or call CPS Clinical Related Services at (773) 553-1800. You can learn more about school nursing here: www. Asthma Policy, every child with documented asthma must be offered a 504 Plan/IEP.

 

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