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Prescription medication can only be administered if we have written permission from the parent; and we have the labeled prescription bottle from the doctor. 

  • Certain over-the-counter medications can be administered with written parental permission. These include antihistamines, non-aspirin pain relievers and fever reducers, non-narcotic cough suppressants, decongestants, anti-itch creams, diaper ointments and powders, and sunscreens. The medication must be in the original container; and the dosage must be labeled for your child’s age and or size. If packaging says “consult a physician” then we are unable to give the medication without a doctor’s written consent. 
  • All medications must be in the original containers and labeled with the child's namedate the prescription was filled along with the medication's expiration date, and legible instruction for administration. No medication will be given contrary to the label’s written instructions, label or prescription.