It was decided that the guidelines of the Public Health Service are followed. With this we hope to clarify whether or not to allow children in the event of illness.
In the Public Health Service guidelines, a description is given of the various childhood diseases and is an advice given or children should be or not.
For certain conditions (such as ear discharge or chickenpox), the Public Health Service advises that children need to be. Nontarget of course, this only applies if the child in question has no fever (38.5 ° C or higher), and do not feel sick.
The manager however reserves the right to exclude a child if it considers that this is in the best interests of the child, the other children and groupleaders. Should this be the case, then it will obviously motivated explained.
It was decided that the policy of providing fit medications to. This means that a doctor's certificate is no longer required. At the request of the parents, and in consultation with the groupleaders this could involve nasal- or ear drops, or the completion of antibiotic treatment.
Protocol guidelines for dispensing medicines
To avoid problems must be agreed in writing that a child receives medication at the childcare. For this purpose, a "Use Agreement medicines' concluded between Villa Valentijn Den Haag and parents/guardians. This agreement is based on a model of the GGD. The condition is that the drug is administered at home though so that parents know that their child does not react allergic.
The Use Agreement medicines must first be completed and reviewed with management by parents/guardians.