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Last month, I shared our dilemma of sending our 4-year- old J.C. to Pre-K versus Kindergarten next year. After seeking advice from fellow parents, consulting with educators at the school, and much thought and prayer, we’ve decided Kindergarten at the Charter School will be the best fit for us.
Now that the decision is made, we’re full-force back-to-school prep. I’m trying to be as prepared and organized as possible for the upcoming school year now that I will have 3 kids in school. (Pay no attention to the fact that I may also be distracting myself from the emotions of having “my baby” heading off to school.)
One thing I’ve discovered during this back-to-school prep and Kindergarten registration process is that I really need a better system for organizing my kids’ medical information, such as a medical history form or two to track it all. And, I really wish I had been using a system to organize it from the get-go. But it’s never too late to start, right?
FREE Kids Medical History Form Printables
As my kids get older, their medical histories and health details get more and more complicated. Yet, with the kids in school, and especially since they have some special needs, that medical information is so important to have documented and readily available.
So I created some simple medical history form printables to make tracking their health information easier.
There are three medical history form sheets:
- One for basic medical information, and recording major illnesses and surgeries
- One for recording medical visits, the doctor seen, and the issue treated
- One for tracking immunizations given
Get your Kids Medical History Form Printables HERE:
I’ve printed a set for each of my kids and added them to a binder to make one big “Family Health Binder.” Now I keep it handy by my desk to update when the kids go to the doctor, experience a major illness or procedure.
Another important back-to-school prep tip: Make sure to check your stock of over-the-counter medications before back-to-school illnesses set in. Sick just got real.™
We all know a new school year brings new germs, too. So I’ve made sure we have the brands we trust on hand – Children’s Robitussin®, Children’s Dimetapp®, and Children’s Advil® – to help ease my kids’ cough, cold, and fever symptoms, and help them feel more comfortable when they’re sick.
And check out the Sick just got real.™ Facebook page to find more back to school inspiration.
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I just tried to get your printable medical records . (Genius idea) and it gives me an 504 error.
Krissy of B-Inspired Mama says
Hmmm… I’m not sure why. It seems to be working when I test it. I will send a set to your email address.
This is such a smart idea. With so many different allergies these days its a nice way to keep track of them all.
Krissy @ B-Inspired Mama says
Yes, it’s crazy (and kind of sad) how complex kids’ medical histories and information can get so quickly. And now you’ve given me the idea to design a more specific allergy tracker at some point.
Thanks for stopping by and for the feedback!