To align with University directives and help prevent the spread of COVID-19, all in person activities, events and programs involving children should be conducted virtually and in alternative formats until further notice. These changes will remain in effect until otherwise directed by University of Michigan leadership and public health officials. Please check here periodically for resources and updates to support virtual experiences that align with the Children on Campus policy.

Medical Issues

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  • Maintain “Authorization to Treat” and “Medical Information” forms in a central location
  • It’s recommended that at least one adult be certified in CPR/First Aid
  • Develop policies, procedures, and protocols for responding to life-threatening allergic reactions (especially related to food triggers)

Children with chronic medical conditions or other special healthcare needs are more susceptible to medical emergencies and require a heightened sense of readiness

  • Work with medical professionals to develop individual emergency care plans as needed
    • These should be copied and made available to medical personnel if hospital treatment should become necessary