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Helpful Resources

Helpful Resources
This is a care plan that you and the doctor need to fill out if your child is going to be using an inhaler at school 

Bee Sting Allergy Emergency Care  
Bee Sting Allergy Emergency Care Plan 
This is the first page of the Bee sting allergy Emergency care plan. This needs to be filled out by you and the doctor.

Physical Exam form
Physical Exam Form
This is the form that the physician can fill out or feel free to use their form. 

Exemptions to Immunizations
Here you will find information on the types of exemptions that are allowed by the state and forms that you need http://www.gencourt.state.nh.us/rsa/html/X/141-C/141-C-20-c.htm

Communicable Disease Center
Information on immunizations and diseases from the United States Government as well as other interesting health information. http://www.cdc.gov

Flu information Site
Information on the FLU http://www.cdc.gov/flu/index.htm
Helpful Resources
Food Allergy and Anaphylaxis Emergency Care Plan 
This is for any food allergy that requires an Epi-pen. It must be filled out by you and the doctor.
Food Allergy Care Plan

Permission for Administering Prescription Medications
This is the form that the doctor needs to fill out if your child needs to take prescription medications during the school day. This form must be signed by you as well. permission prescription medications


Permission for Over-The-Counter Medication
This is the form that you must fill out. This form does not need to be signed by the doctor.
Over The Counter medications

Permission for Student to Carry EPIPEN and/or Inhalers During the School Day
This is the permission form that needs to be signed by you, the doctor, the student and myself in order for your child to carry an EPIPEN and or an inhaler around with them in school.
Permission to carry

School Requirements for Vaccinations
This is where you will find the requirements for vaccinations for entrance into school.
Web MD
Health Information on drugs and other health information for the lay person. http://www.webMD.com