Toolkit for Management of Medical Alert Conditions

2022 GVSD Tool Kit for Management of Emergency Medical Conditions

*New 2022-23 Seizure Action Plan 2022   (Included in Tool Kit Pages 53-62)
Seizure Plan Update

2022-23 Anaphylaxis Emergency Action Plan
This form is required for all students who are at risk of anaphylaxis that DO NOT presently have an Anaphylaxis Action Form and Medication Administration form on file. Parent/guardian and physician signatures are required.

2022-23 Allergy Aware Checklist
The prevention and management of anaphylaxis is a shared responsibility with roles and responsibilities for parents/guardians, allergic students and the entire school community. This checklist can be used to help create an allergy aware environment in your school.

* Note: the Medic Alert “No Child Without Program” is on pause as of September 2022. We will update when program is reinstated.

2022-23 Medication Administration Form (required for administering medication at school other than an epinephrine auto-injector)

2022-23 Allergy Aware Poster
To be posted in high traffic and relevant areas in your school and classrooms.

Signs and Symptoms Poster

Anaphylaxis Online Training
Island Health recommended training for teachers, administrators and other school personnel. This online course will help you understand the basics of anaphylaxis, ways to reduce risks in a school setting and the recommended emergency treatment. This is an annual training and will take approximately 30 minutes to complete.

Diabetes Action Plans and Action Forms
Forms required for students with diabetes (also in tool kit)

Policy-5141.21-Anaphylaxis
Regulation 5141.21-Anaphylaxis
Policy-5141.20-OralTopical-Medication
Regulation-5141.2-Oral-Topical-Medication
BC Anaphylaxis Protection Order
BC Anaphylactic Child Safety Protection Order
Provincial Standards: Supporting Students with Type 1 Diabetes in the School Setting  
Diabetes Care in School Settings: Evidence Informed Key Components