Forms to support students with identified health care need/s
Student Health Support Plan
- A must be completed for each student with an identified health care need other than anaphylaxis or an allergy. The plan outlines how the school will support the student’s health care needs and must be completed in consultation with parents/carers and guided by medical advice. Students whose only health care need is anaphylaxis or an allergy, do not require a Student Health Support Plan, but should instead follow the requirements of the and/or the
- — must be completed by parents/carers for a student with allergies, in consultation with their child’s medical/health practitioner and provided to the school
- — must be completed by each school for each student who has been diagnosed at risk of allergies
- — available on ASCIA's website and must be completed by parents/carers for a student with anaphylaxis in consultation with their child’s medical/health practitioner and provided to the school
- — must be completed by the school to monitor their compliance with Ministerial Order 706, the Anaphylaxis Guidelines and their legal obligations
- — must be completed by the school for each student who has been diagnosed at risk of anaphylaxis
- — is available on Asthma Australia's website and should be completed for a student with asthma, by the student’s medical/health practitioner, in consultation with parents/carers. This plan should be attached to the Student Health Support Plan.
Medical advice forms
The following forms are used to provide descriptions of a student’s health condition, their support and first aid requirements, and are completed by the student’s medical/health practitioner.
Medication and authorisation forms
Medical information for excursions form
Personal care advice forms
The following Medical Advice Forms are used to describe a student’s personal care requirements and must be completed by a relevant medical/health practitioner, such as a continence care specialist, speech pathologist or physiotherapist.
- Toileting, Hygiene and Menstrual Health Management —
- Eating and drinking —
- Transfer and positioning —
Acquired Brain Injury
- — which helps schools to support students, families and colleagues affected by cancer by providing simple answers to questions about what cancer is and how it is treated.
- — which can assist in discussing cancer with children.
Reviewed 19 April 2021