Is Your Child Receiving Medical Treatment for Asthma or A Serious Allergy?

Is Your Child Receiving Medical Treatment for Asthma or A Serious Allergy?

Asthma/Anaphylaxis Action Plan Required

by Amy Cook RN, District Nurse

August 27, 2010

Welcome Back!  We have many students at Lewis Central with asthma or anaphylaxis (a severe allergic reaction).  If your son or daughter is currently using an inhaler or requires an epi-pen, we will need an Asthma/ Anaphylaxis Action Plan form completed by their medical provider.  This form is available on the "Health Forms" link on the left side of this page. We would greatly appreciate your cooperation in having this form completed and returning it to school as soon as possible. An emergency care plan will be developed for those students who have an Asthma Action Plan directive on file. In the event your child has a severe asthma attack or allergic reaction and we do not have an Asthma Action plan on file, our district wide protocol will be initiated. This will involve an emergency squad call and transport at the parent’s expense. A student’s health and safety is our top priority. Feel free to contact one of the district nurses with any concerns or questions.



Thank you.

Amy Cook RN (Titan Hill 366-8291, Middle School 366-8255)

Deb Blodgett RN (Kreft Primary 366-8291, High School 366-8272)

 

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