School Health - Students with Special Health Needs

In accordance with Texas Education Code §21.463, the following classroom resources are being provided for teachers to use in addressing individual student health needs: 

Anaphylaxis (Food Allergies) (PDF, 3.38MB)

Asthma (PDF, 208KB)

Brain Injury (PDF, 208KB)

Conjunctivitis (Pinkeye) (PDF, 63KB)

Diabetes (PDF, 190KB)

Eczema (PDF, 346KB)

Epilepsy (PDF, 244KB)

Food Allergies (PDF, 48KB)

Head Lice (PDF, 353KB)

Headaches and Migraines (PDF, 220KB)

Hemophilia (PDF, 408KB)

HIV / AIDS (PDF, 132KB)

Impetigo (PDF, 205KB)

Juvenile Rheumatoid Arthritis (PDF, 205KB)

Latex Allergy (PDF, 104KB)

Lead Poisoning (PDF, 564KB)

Sickle Cell (PDF, 246KB)

Staph/MRSA Skin Infections (outside source)

Substance Abuse (PDF, 327KB)

Vision and Hearing Difficulties (PDF, 67KB)

The Minnesota Association for Children’s Mental Health (MACMH) provides resources for teachers of students with special health needs. These mental health fact sheets (outside source) define certain disorders as well as list the symptoms and behaviors. The fact sheets also provide instructional strategies and classroom accommodations for the identified disorders. To access these resources please visit http://www.macmh.org/publications/mental-health-fact-sheets/ (outside source) or call 1-800-528-4511.