Medicines Sample Clauses

Medicines. To be filled in if your child requires medication as part of an individual health plan, for example for an on-going condition such as asthma or eczema etc and is for the use of that child only. For staff: Individual health plan sighted and a copy taken: Tick One: Yes No Name of medicine: Method and dose of medicine: When does the medicine need to be taken: (State time or specific symptoms) Parent/Guardian Signature: Date: / /  Enrolment Details: Date of Enrolment: / / Date of Entry: / / Date of Exit: / / Please Note: 20 Hours ECE is for up to six hours per day, up to 20 hours per week and there must be no compulsory fees when a child is receiving 20 Hours ECE funding. Days Enrolled: Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday Times Enrolled: Total hours: For 20 Hours ECE fill out boxes below with the hours attested e.g. 6 hours 20 Hours ECE at this service Total hours: 20 Hours ECE at another service Total hours: Parent/Guardian Signature: Date: / /  20 Hours ECE Attestation:
Medicines. A category (i) medicine is a non-prescription preparation (such as arnica cream, antiseptic liquid, insect bite treatment) that is not ingested, used for the ‘first aidtreatment of minor injuries and provided by the service and kept in the first aid cabinet. Note: The service must provide specific information about the category (i) preparations that will be used. Do you approve category (i) medicines to be used on your child? Tick One Yes No Name/s of specific category (i) medicines that can be used on my child, provided by service: § NaturoPharm Arnica plus cream § NaturoPharm Arnica plus spray § NaturoPharm Calendula cream § Sudocream (zinz & castor oil) § Dettol Antiseptic § tea tree oil § Paraderm Plus First Aid Cream § Betadine anticeptic liquid spray Parent/Guardian Signature: Date: / / Category (ii) Medicines Category (ii) medicines are prescription (such as antibiotics, eye/ear drops etc) or non-prescription (such as paracetamol liquid, cough syrup etc) medicine that is used for a specific period of time to treat a specific condition or symptom, provided by a parent for the use of that child only or, in relation to Rongoa Māori (Māori plant medicines), that is prepared by other adults at the service. I acknowledge that written authority from a parent is to be given at the beginning of each day a category (ii) medicine is to be administered, detailing what (name of medicine), how (method and dose), and when (time or specific symptoms/circumstances) medicine is to be given. Parent/Guardian Signature: Date: / /
Medicines. Category (ii) medicines are prescription (such as antibiotics, eye/ear drops etc) or non-prescription (such as paracetamol liquid, cough syrup etc) medicine that is used for a specific period of time to treat a specific condition or symptom, provided by a parent for the use of that child only or, in relation to Rongoa Māori (Māori plant medicines), that is prepared by other adults at the service. I acknowledge that written authority from a parent is to be given at the beginning of each day a category (ii) medicine is to be administered, detailing what (name of medicine), how (method and dose), and when (time or specific symptoms/circumstances) medicine is to be given. Parent/Guardian Signature: Date: / /
Medicines. A category (i) medicine is a non-prescription preparation (such as arnica cream, lanolin, antiseptic liquid, insect bite treatment) that is not ingested, used for the ‘first aidtreatment of minor injuries and provided by the service and kept in the first aid cabinet. Note: The service must provide specific information about the category (i) preparations that will be used. Do you approve category (i) medicines to be used on your child? Tick One Yes No Name/s of specific category (i) medicines that can be used on my child, provided by the Service: Centre to cross out any medicines that are not used in Centre. ▪ Arnica (if used, the treatment will be noted in the Injury/Incident/ Register) ▪ Insect Bite Cream/Spray (if used, the treatment will be noted in the Injury/Incident/ Register) ▪ Antiseptic Cream/Liquid (i.e. Savlon, Dettol or similar) (if used, the treatment will be noted in the Injury/Incident/ Register) ▪ Paw Paw Ointment (if used, the treatment will be noted in the Injury/Incident/ Register) ▪ Calendula Cream (if used, the treatment will be noted in the Nappy and Toileting Chart) ▪ Cornflour (if used, the treatment will be noted in the Nappy and Toileting Chart) Parent/Guardian Signature: Date: / / Category (ii) Medicines Category (ii) medicines are prescription (such as antibiotics, eye/ear drops etc.) or non-prescription (such as paracetamol liquid, cough syrup and teething gels etc.) medicine that is used for a specific period of time to treat a specific condition or symptom, provided by a parent for the use of that child only or, in relation to Rongoa Māori (Māori plant medicines), that is prepared by other adults at the service. I acknowledge that written authority as a parent is to be given at the beginning of each day a category (ii) medicine is to be administered, detailing what (name of medicine), how (method and dose), and when (time or specific symptoms/circumstances) medicine is to be given. If your child should require the administering of a category (ii) medication, the Category (ii) Medication Register will be completed on a daily basis. Parent/Guardian Signature: Date: / /
Medicines. A category (i) medicine is a non-prescription preparation (such as arnica cream, antiseptic liquid, insect bite treatment) that is not ingested, used for the ‘first aidtreatment of minor injuries and provided by the service and kept in the first aid cabinet. Note: The service must provide specific information about the category (i) preparations that will be used. Do you approve category (i) medicines to be used on your child? Tick One Yes No Name/s of specific category (i) medicines that can be used on my child ª ª ª ª Parent/Guardian Signature: _ Date: / _ / _ Category (ii) Medicines Category (ii) medicines are prescription (such as antibiotics, eye/ear drops etc) or non-prescription (such as paracetamol liquid, cough syrup etc) medicine that is used for a specific period of time to treat a specific condition or symptom, provided by a parent for the use of that child only or, in relation to Rongoa Māori (Māori plant medicines), that is prepared by other adults at the service. I acknowledge that written authority from a parent is to be given at the beginning of each day a category (ii) medicine is to be administered, detailing what (name of medicine), how (method and dose), and when (time or specific symptoms/circumstances) medicine is to be given. Parent/Guardian Signature: Date: / / Category (iii) Medicines To be filled in if your child requires medication as part of an individual health plan, for example for an on-going condition such as asthma or eczema etc and is for the use of that child only. For staff: Individual health plan sighted and a copy taken: Tick One: Yes No Name of medicine: Method and dose of medicine: When does the medicine need to be taken: (State time or specific symptoms) Parent/Guardian Signature: Date: / / t Enrolment Details: Date of Enrolment: / / Date of Entry: / / Date of Exit: / / Please Note: 20 Hours ECE is for up to six hours per day, up to 20 hours per week and there must be no compulsory fees when a child is receiving 20 Hours ECE funding. Days Enrolled: Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday Times Enrolled: Total hours: For 20 Hours ECE fill out boxes below with the hours attested e.g. 6 hours 20 Hours ECE at this service Total hours: 20 Hours ECE at another service Total hours: Parent/Guardian Signature: Date: / /
Medicines. A category (i) medicine is a non-prescription preparation (such as arnica cream, antiseptic liquid, insect bite treatment) that is not ingested, used for the ‘first aidtreatment of minor injuries and provided by the service and kept in the first aid cabinet. Note: The service must provide specific information about the category (i) preparations that will be used. Do you approve category (i) medicines to be used on your child? Tick One Yes No Name/s of specific category (i) medicines that can be used on my child, provided by service:     Parent/Guardian Signature: Date: / /
Medicines. To be filled in if your child requires medication as part of an individual health plan, for example for an on-going condition such as asthma or eczema etc and is for the use of that child only. For staff: Individual health plan sighted and a copy taken: Tick One: Yes No Name of medicine: Method and dose of medicine: When does the medicine need to be taken: (State time or specific symptoms) Parent/Guardian Signature: _____________________________ Date: ____ /____ / ____  Enrolment Details: Date of Enrolment:____ /____ / ___ Date of Entry: ____ /____ / ____ Date of Exit: ____ /____ / ____ Days Enrolled: Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday Times Enrolled: Total hours: For 20 Hours ECE fill out boxes below with the hours attested e.g. 6 hours 20 Hours ECE at this service Total hours: 20 Hours ECE at another service Total hours: Parent/Guardian Signature: ____________________________ Date: ____ /____ / ____  20 Hours ECE Attestation: Is your child receiving 20 Hours ECE for up to six hours per day, 20 hours per week at this service? Tick One Yes No Is your child receiving 20 Hours ECE at any other services? Tick One Yes No If yes to either or both of the above, please sign to confirm that: Your child does not receive more than 20 hours of 20 Hours ECE per week across all services. You authorise the Ministry of Education to make enquiries regarding the information provided in the Enrolment Agreement Form, if deemed necessary and to the extent necessary to make decisions about your child’s eligibility for 20 Hours ECE. You consent to the early childhood education service providing relevant information to the Ministry of Education, and to other early childhood education services your child is enrolled at, about the information contained in this box. Parent/Guardian Signature: _____________________________ Date: ____ /____ / ____  Dual Enrolment Declaration I hereby declare that my child is/is not enrolled at another early childhood institution at the same times that he/she is enrolled at Muddy Toes Early Learning Centre. Parent/Guardian Signature: _____________________________ Date: ____ /____ / ____  Optional Charges: The 20 Hour ECE funding rate has been calculated on the very basic regulated standards which we exceed at Muddy Toes Learning Centre. We are committed to maintaining a much higher standard of facilities, staffing and education than the minimum government regulated standard. This means that our operating costs for the centre are not fully co...
Medicines. To be filled in if your child requires medication as part of an individual health plan, for example a prescription (such as asthma inhalers, epilepsy medication etc) used for the ongoing treatment of a pre- diagnosed condition (such as asthma, epilepsy, allergic reactions, diabetes, eczema etc) or; Non-prescription medicine (such as antihistamine syrup, lanolin cream, bonjela teething gels and steroid based eczema creams etc) that is used to treat a specific conditional symptom provided by a parent for the use of that child only. If your child should require the administering of category (iii) medication, please complete the Category (iii) Medication Plan which is included in your enrolment pack. Parent/Guardian Signature: Date: / / Medication Administering Agreement Form Parent consent I/we (please print first and last names) have read and agree with the Centre’s Administering Medication Policy, and are fully aware and understand the procedure required for administering medications. I/we as the parent/guardian/whānau member take full responsibility of informing the Centre Manager or person of responsibility of any change to my child’s medical circumstances. I/we accept in some circumstances of administering medication that staff training may be required by an outside professional personnel or agency and I/we undertake to support the staff through this process. I/we have been informed and made aware that the Centre staff are not trained Health Professionals. I/we take full responsibility in the event of any allergic reaction or reaction unknown that the prescribed medication has/may cause to my child that I/we have supplied to the staff to administer. I/we give permission for Centre staff to seek medical advice from an emergency health provider immediately in the above instance, as well as informing me/us as soon as is practicable. I/we will seek management advice to clarify any of the above written statements in the event I/we are uncertain of the content. I/we agree to all of the Centre’s conditions and rules for administering prescribed medications. Parent/Guardian Signature: Date: / / Service Provider Signature: Date: / / Health and Wellbeing Checks: Health Services visit the Centre regularly to carry out child wellbeing checks which may include hearing and vision, before school checks, dental and general health checks. Do you give permission for your child to be checked by our visiting health services? ❑ Yes ❑ No Parent/Guardian Signature: Date: / / P...
Medicines. Complete this section if your child requires medication as part of an individual health plan, for example for an on]going condition, such as asthma or eczema, and is for the use of this child only. For staff: Individual health plan sighted and a copy taken:  Yes  No Name of medicine: Method and dose of medicine: When does the medicine need to be taken: (State time or specific symptoms) Parent/Guardian signature: Date: ____ /____ / ____ Enrolment Details Date of Enrolment: / / Date of Entry: / __ / ____ Date of Exit: / / Programme/s enrolled in:  Full day (FD)  Half day (HD)  Playgroup (PG) Days Enrolled: Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday Programme/s enrolled in: FD, HD, PG Additional Permissions Excursions: As a part of our regular programme we take children on well supervised short walks in the neighbourhood. Please sign below giving your permission for your child to take part in these regular excursions (refer to KiwiLearners excursions policy). Photo/video: Photographs and video footage of your child at KiwiLearners is used to share programme events and learning with others in our community via in]centre displays and our online website. Digital images will also be shared with you for assessment purposes. Please sign below giving your permission for your child to be photographed for the purposes of assessment, planning and evaluation. Parent/Guardian signature: Date: ____ /____ / ____ Other information Policy Statement: KiwiLearners has a number of policies that set out the procedures that are in place for the care and education of the children who attend. We strongly urge you to read these. The signing of this Enrolment Agreement indicates that you will abide by the policies of this service, and understand how you can have input to policy review. Child’s strengths, interests and preferences: Please tell us about your child’s strengths, interests and preferences. Parent Declaration I declare that all the above information is true and correct to the best of my knowledge. Parent/Guardian signature: Date: / / Service Declaration
Medicines. 6.1. It shall be the sole responsibility to ensure the Service Provider is fully aware of any health issues the pet is experiencing, or has suffered in the past. The Service Provider cannot be held liable for any actions or omissions which result in problems or complications for anything not disclosed.