Critiquing child advocacy plans
When a child is born certain rights protect him or her. However, the child is unable to speak or represent what they need for survival. As a result the children are covered under the Children’s Rights law. These laws have been adapted to fit the needs of all children who are enrolled in the school and/or daycare setting. In these facilities, children are more likely to get sick due to the interaction with the other children.
Critique of child illness and medications
The guidelines provided by Education Center were considerably more detailed than the guidelines provided by the Public School. The Education Center covered everyday scenarios such as vomiting, diarrhea, colds, mouth …show more content…
It is imperative that all listed Emergency Phone Numbers be accessible during enter hours.
READMISSION AFTER ILLNESS
Absence from the Center due to illness shall require a parent's written statement or a physician's certificate of freedom from illness before the student can return to the Center. This note must be sent with the student on the day the student returns to the Center.
MEDICATIONS • All medications and required paperwork brought to the center must be given by a parent or guardian to the child’s teacher or the Director.
• Medication will be administered only if there is written authorization from a licensed physician.
• All medications to be administered, prescription and over-the-counter, must be listed on a Medication Order Form which can be received from the Director or a staff member.
• A separate Medication Order Form must be filled out for each medication the child is to receive.
• Authorization to administer medication over the phone will not be permitted. All medications, including over the counter, must be in the original container. Prescription medications must be in a container labeled by the pharmacy or physician with the child’s name, dosage, and expiration date. Expired medications will not be administered to a