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Individual School Health Plans

Students who have special health care needs which affect their daily functioning may have an Individualized Healthcare Plan (IHP) - also called an Individual School Health Plan (ISHP).  The role of the nurse is to assess the health needs of children and to collaborate with staff, families, and health care providers to develop a plan to accommodate health conditions in the school setting.  

If your child has a condition that impacts him or her at school for which they require unique precautions, regular or occasional assistance, specific emergency response, or other accommodations in order for him/her to be safe and to learn at school please contact your school nurse.