Individualized School Healthcare Plan (Sample)

I HAVE REVISED AND REPOSTED A VERSION OF THIS POST.

PLEASE SEE SCHOOL HEALTHCARE PLAN WORKSHEETS FOR A LINK TO BLANK WORKSHEETS YOU MAY PRINT/COPY AND USE AT YOUR DISCRETION

I just had to post this! After three months at Parker’s new school, the school nurse has been working diligently to create an Individualized School Health Care Plan. I just recieved my copy today and I must say I am super impressed at how well she summarized CSID, symptoms, causes and effects. I could not have summarized in simpler terms myself and I wanted to share this with the CSID parent community so that you can have something to show the school. Of course, this will need to be adjusted depending on if your child can tolerate any starch at all.

This a wonderful model and starting place to ensure proper parent-school communications about your child’s dietary restrictions. We also have a communication plan where Parker’s teacher sends me an email before a class party, so that I can bring alternate treats if needed. I apologize for the less than professional looking graphic. I only have my blackberry for taking pictures at the moment. I blocked out private information, but left the fields in place so you can see how it is formulated. Kudos to the school nurse!! Wouldn’t you agree?

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One thought on “Individualized School Healthcare Plan (Sample)

  1. 4boysmom says:

    What a great job the nurse did. I have problems with the school with my son who has MSPI. I think I will try and copy down some of this for when my “Peanut” goes to school. Thank you for being so helpful!!

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