S-4.1.1, r. 2 - Educational Childcare Regulation

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118. The childcare provider must ensure that medication intended for a child receiving childcare is only kept and administered if its administration is authorized in writing by the parent and by a health care professional authorized by law to prescribe the medication. The information recorded by the pharmacist on the label identifying the medication is proof of the authorization by the health care professional.
A childcare provider may not keep medication for children that has expired. If the medication was provided by a parent, it must be returned to the parent.
O.C. 582-2006, s. 118; O.C. 1314-2013, s. 62.
118. Except for acetaminophen, oral hydration solutions, insect repellent, calamine lotion, zinc oxide-based cream for the seat area and sun cream, a childcare provider must ensure that only medication provided by the parent may be administered to a child.
The label of the medication container must indicate the name of the child, the name of the medication, the expiry date, the dosage and the duration of the treatment.
O.C. 582-2006, s. 118.