Parents and NOCAC Staff work together to complete a Medical Care Plan for children with special health conditions, medical symptoms, and for food and activities to avoid.
- Classroom teaching staff files a completed signed and dated Child Medical Care Plan by the parent and NOCAC Head Start/Early Head Start staff member.
- Classroom teaching staff follows the instructions on the Medical Care Plan, including documentation of training received by the parent or a certified professional.
- NOCAC HS/EHS ensures that a trained staff person is available on sire to administer medication.
- If medication is required as part of this care plan, NOCAC staff follow the procedure of Administering Medication to children.
Forms and Additional Guidance:
This policy complies with the following
|Head Start Program Performance Standard:||1302.42(b)(4)|
|ODJFS Child Care Manual:||5101:2-12-25; 5101:2-12-15(C)|
|Caring for Our Children:|
|Effective Date:||5/4/15||Reviewed Date:||6/11/21, 6/8/22|
|Approved By Policy Council:||5/4/15, 8/2016||Revision Approved By Policy Council:|