Daily records must be provided when mātua | parents and schools are applying to extend ākonga time in the School High Health Needs Fund.
What are daily records?
Daily records help verifiers gain a comprehensive picture of the nature and frequency of the health condition and the level of support ākonga require at school.
The verifiers require the last 10 school weeks of daily records.
Daily records should include:
- the frequency and nature of the health concern while at school
- any times the support person had to intervene to stop an incident from happening
- details of the support required following an incident.
Records for toileting
Toileting records should show:
- details of the daily toileting schedule showing the level of assistance and time required
- toileting incidents outside of any daily schedule.
Records for Type 1 diabetes
Type 1 diabetes records should show:
- particularly unusual or erratic fluctuations of blood sugar levels
- the ability of an ākonga | student to accurately count carbs. That is:
- if an adult has to count carbs for them
- if an adult always has to check their calculations or
- any exceptions if ākonga is generally very good with the accuracy of their calculations.
- the ability of ākonga to accurately enter details into the pump
- events that may have occurred that impact on ākonga self-management
- if the pump site comes out and an adult is required to put it back in
- any hospital admissions for their Type 1 diabetes
- any instances where an ambulance has been requested at school because of an incident with their Type 1 diabetes
- any support required following a new medical regime.
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