Regina's Daycare & Pre-K
Serving Our Community for over 10 years
Health Care Plan p.2
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Undiagnosed rash, with the exceptions of diaper rash and rash that is present in only a small area and is not accompanied by any other signs of illness, particularly in the diapered area of a child

Conjunctivitis (pink eye) until symptoms have resolved, or until 24 hours after medications have been administered, or approved for inclusion by a health professional

Untreated infestations, such as scabies or lice

Vomiting three or more times in a previous 24-hour period, or any vomiting accompanied by symptoms of dehydration or other signs of illness

Contagious stages of chicken pox, until six days after the onset of rash or until all sores have dried and crusted

Any of the following illnesses until approved for inclusion by a health professional:

Mouth sores with drooling, or Herpetic gingivostomatitis, an infection caused by the Herpes simplex virus

Diarrhea due to Shigella, Salmonella, Campylobactor, Giardia, E.coli type 0157:H7, Versinia,

Cryptosporidium, until there is one negative stool test obtained at least 48 hours after treatment (if prescribed) is completed

Active tuberculosis, until treatment has been initiated and readmission has been approved by the local health unit

Impetigo, until 24 hours after medical treatment has been initiated unless there is only a small patch of impetigo that can be cleaned and covered so no other children can come into contact with the sore

Strep throat, or other streptococcal infections elsewhere in the body until 24 hours after the initial antibiotic treatment

Mumps, until nine days after onset of gland swelling

Rubella (German measles) and measles, until five days after onset of the rash

Hepatitis A viral infection (infectious hepatitis), until one week after onset of illness, and until
immunoglobulin has been administered to appropriate children and staff, or as directed by the local health unit