Diabetes management and action plans
The Perth Children’s Hospital Diabetes Service and the Department of Education Western Australia endorse the use of the diabetes management and action plans listed below for implementation in all early years, primary and secondary school settings.
These schools plans are based on current evidence-based, best practice for young people with type 1 diabetes in Western Australia. They can be filled in via the interactive pdf and printed (filling in name and other details, ticking relevant boxes where indicated by the parent/carer and young person in consultation with the diabetes treating team).
The action plan on the first page can be copied and displayed around the school or early learning centre to provide a fast reference for managing a child blood glucose levels if too high or too low.
Primary and secondary school settings
For children and young people in primary and secondary school settings please use the relevant plans below. This applies to children and young people in kindergarten up to year 12.
- 2019 Diabetes school plan multiple daily injections (419 KB)
- 2019 Diabetes school plan insulin pump (477 KB)
- 2019 Diabetes school plan twice daily injections (407 KB)
School camps for students with type 1 diabetes
Below is a checklist and management plan for families and school staff to use to guide them in preparation for any school camps that involve an overnight stay.
Early learning and childcare settings
For children in early learning care and education settings please use the relevant plans below. This applies to childcare and family day care where the child is under five-years-old. Print off the relevant action and management plan.
- 2019 Diabetes early learning plan multiple daily injections (397 KB)
- 2019 Diabetes early learning plan insulin pump (450 KB)
- 2019 Diabetes early learning plan twice daily injections (392 KB)
If you have any questions or concerns on how to use these plans please email our training team.
Perth Children’s Hospital have developed resources for patients and families. They include condition, medication and therapy information as well as tools and testing procedures related to diabetes in children.
Find out more information about Diabetes WA’s schools training for teachers.