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This policy is correct at the time of publication.
This policy has been developed in accordance with Asthma SA .
Chandlers Hill Kindergarten is committed to:
Asthma management should be viewed as a shared responsibility of
Raising the awareness of asthma amongst those involved with the
families & staff. To this end each of the key groups within this service
children at Chandlers hill Kindergarten.
Providing the necessary procedures to ensure the health and safety
of all students & staff with asthma at Chandlers Hill Kindergarten.
Kindy staff wil
Providing an environment in which children with asthma can
Provide families with a copy of the Asthma Policy upon enrolment.
participate in all activities to their full potential
Provide all staff with a copy of the Asthma Policy and brief them on
Providing a clear set of guidelines and expectations to be followed
asthma procedures upon induction to Chandlers hill kindergarten
Staff will be expected to keep BELS first aid training up to date
which includes Emergency Asthma Management & training
Provide an Asthma Care plan (Medical professional to complete form)
to all families of children with asthma upon enrolment. The completed
The aim of this policy is to document strategies for implementation of
Asthma Care Plan is to be returned promptly by family, , reviewed
best practice asthma management within a DECS setting so that:
annually and kept in a central location.
All children enrolled at the service who have asthma can receive
Ensure that all staff are informed of the children with asthma in
A service can respond to the needs of children who have not been
Formalize and document the internal procedures for Asthma First
diagnosed with asthma and who have an asthma attack or difficulty
Aid, for both: children with a diagnosis of asthma, and those with no
known diagnosis of asthma (first attack).
Ensure that the Asthma Emergency Kit contains a blue reliever
puffer (e.g. Airomir, Asmol, Epaq or Ventolin), a spacer device and
child mask if necessary and concise written instructions on Asthma
Provide a mobile Asthma Emergency Kit for use on excursions.
Notify the staff, in writing, of any changes to the Asthma Care Plan
Identify and, where possible, minimise asthma triggers.
Ensure that their child has an adequate supply of appropriate
medication (reliever) and spacer device clearly label ed with the child’s name including expiry dates.
Encourage open communication between families/guardians and staff
regarding the status and impact of a child’s asthma.
Communicate all relevant information and concerns with staff as the
need arises e.g. if asthma symptoms were present during the night.
Asthma First Aid:
Promptly communicate any concerns to families should it be
Emergency Procedure if a child has an asthma attack within
considered that a child’s asthma is limiting his/her ability to
Chandlers hil Kindergarten.
Any case where a child is having an asthma attack, the staff should
Ensure that they are aware of the children in their care with asthma.
Administer Asthma First Aid according to
In consultation with the family, optimise the health and safety of
The Child’s Asthma Care First Aid Plan as signed by the family and
each child through supervised management of the child’s asthma.
doctor and/or doctor’s written instructions
Ensure that all regular prescribed asthma medication is administered
in accordance with the information on the Child’s Asthma Care Plan.
Administer emergency asthma medication if required according to
Call an ambulance (Dial 000) and notify the family.
If a child has difficulty in breathing and there is no notification on any
Promptly communicate, to management and families, if they are
concerned about the child’s asthma limiting his/her ability to
written communication from the parents / guardian about him / her
having asthma call an ambulance immediately, follow the Asthma First Aid Plan and contact the parents immediately. No harm is likely to result
Regularly maintain all asthma components of the first aid kit to
from giving a reliever puffer to someone with asthma.
ensure all medications are current and any asthma devices are cleaned after each use and ready to use.
Record any asthma incident and file the completed form with all
Inform staff, either upon enrolment or on initial diagnosis, that their
Staff to use the Asthma Emergency Kit containing a blue reliever puffer (Airomir, Asmol, Epaq or Ventolin) and a spacer in the event of:
Provide all relevant information regarding the
child’s asthma via the Asthma Care Plan as provided by the child’s
- an emergency where a child has difficulty breathing
- a child’s own asthma reliever puffer is unavailable, expired or
Asthma First Aid Plan
Step 1: Sit the child upright and remain calm and provide reassurance. Do
not leave the child alone.
Step 2: Give 4 puffs of a blue reliever (Airomir, Asmol, Epaq or Ventolin),
one puff at a time, through a spacer device. Ask the child to take 4
breaths from the spacer after each puff.
Step 3: Wait 4 minutes.
Step 4: If there is little or no improvement, repeat steps 2 and 3. If
there is still little or no improvement, call an ambulance immediately (Dial
000). Continue to repeat steps 2 and 3 while waiting for the ambulance.
In an emergency the blue reliever puffer can be accessed from the
Asthma Emergency Kit, or borrowed from another child. No harm is likely
to result from giving a reliever puffer to someone without asthma.
This policy has been endorsed by the Governing Council on: Date ……………………. Chairperson ………………………………………………………………… Director……………………………………………………………………… Sighted by preschool staff Signed ………………………………………………. Date ………………… Signed ………………………………………………. Date ………………… Policy was reviewed / /
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