Having just updated all our Medical Care Plans to be compliant with current regulations and best practices, we are now for the first time offering a mega-bundle of all our Medical Care Plan packs for a great price.
Why are Medical Care Plans important?
Medical Care Plans are an important part of your responsibility to provide the best possible care to every child in your service including those with medical issues. It is important to have a reference of an ongoing plan for care and medication, as well as an awareness of what constitutes a medical emergency for that child and how to proceed. Your plan for that child is a reference that all staff should be made aware of.
We recommend publicly posting your Medical Care Plans somewhere where all staff can have quick access. But remember that to be compliant with GDPR requirements, it is important that you not have any of the child’s personal details, name, or photo visible in a public place. For this reason, every pack comes with a printable Health Pack Cover that you can print out and attach to the front of the care plan. This makes it clear that there is important health/medical emergency information contained but protects the privacy of the child.
No medication can be dispensed (including aspirin, paracetamol or ibuprofen) in your early service without prior consent from parents or guardians. Every medical care plan pack comes with forms to specify the correct policies for adminstration of medicine for that child.
Be prepared! Have all the medical care plans you may need on file and be ready to demonstrate your attention to correct documentation in case of inspection.
Remember, all Medical Care Plans must be agreed by the service, a parent or guardian, and the child’s doctor.
The Medical Care Plan Mega-Bundle includes these 25 Medical Care Plan packs:
- 8p Inverted Duplication/Deletion Syndrome
- Aortic Root Dilation
- Bilateral Retinoblastoma
- Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease
- Cyanotic Syncope
- Cystic Fibrosis
- Dislocated Joint
- Febrile Seizure
- Hypoplastic Left Heart Syndrome
- Lactose Intolerance
- Long QT Syndrome
- Marfan Syndrome
- Pacemaker (Heart Condition)
- Pectus Excavatum
- PEG Feeding
If you have a child in your service with a medical condition not on this list, please let us know so we can add a care plan for that condition.