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Health Needs including Medication

Health Needs

The health needs of a child must be identified  ASAP a child starts school or if a relevant need is identified.

Parents/caregivers are requested to complete the attached form and return it to the school's Senior First Officer Anita. This will kick the start the process of planning for your child's health needs.

Health Profile Form

Once the form is submitted a meeting with the parent o to discuss and develop health support and risk minimisation strategies.

Administrating Medication at School

For information about administrating medication in schools, please click on the following link.

Medication in Schools - information for families

In summary, the school is required to follow procedures for medication administration. ‘Medication’ includes all prescribed, non-prescribed, over the counter and alternative therapies (vitamins, minerals, supplements) that are administered in an education or care service.  Where medication requires administration three times per day, we encourage families to administer from home outside of school hours.

Medication cannot be administered in an education or care service without a medication agreement. The legal guardian can complete the medication agreement authorising education and care staff to administer medication as instructed. A copy of the mediation agreement form is below.

Medication agreement form