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Standards for Basic and Specialized Health Care Procedures

 

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126-25A-1 General.

126-25A-2 Purpose.

126-25A-3 Definitions.

126-25A-4 Training and Certification for Designated School Employees.

126-25A-5 System for School Admission and Care.

126-25A-6 Health Care Plan and Intervention Guide.

126-25A-7 Quality Assurance.

126-25A-8 School Health Records.

126-25A-9 Staffing Requirements.

126-25A-10 Administration of Medication.

126-25A-11 Medication Storage, Inventory, Access, Disposal and Incidents.

126-25A-12 Emergency Medication.

126-25A-13 Student Rights.

126-25A-14 Penalties.

126-25A-15 Administrative Due Process.

126-25A-16 Severability.

Repeal of Policy 2422.8 - Medication Administration (126CSR27) Comment

 

 

 

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Rebecca J. King
Office of Special Education
West Virginia Department of Education
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