You can access care plans from the BSACI’s website on this link http://www.bsaci.org/about/pag-allergy-action-plans-for-children
These plans have been designed to facilitate first aid treatment of anaphylaxis, to be delivered by people without any special medical training nor equipment apart from access to an adrenaline autoinjector (AAI). They have been developed following an extensive consultation period with health professionals, support organisations, parents of food-allergic children and teachers.
The plans are medical documents, and should be completed by a child’s health professional (and not by parents or teachers, for example). Please read the instructions for completing carefully, the plans can be downloaded through a link at the bottom of the page.
The plans can be completed in 2 ways:
- Print a hard copy and complete by hand
- Complete online (or as a download) using Adobe Reader and then print a hard copy. Online completion allows the form to be tailored to the individual patient more easily. The plans can also be saved (to keep patient details typed into the text fields you need to “save as” and save to document with a new filename).