he LFB has a health service under the responsibility of a qualified school nurse. To assist them in this task, be sure to complete and maintain the health questionnaire on the registration form. It provides valuable and essential information about your children's health.
The school nurse's role is to provide first aid, assess the state of health, provide information on vaccines, administer the medication (s) during school time (with a medical prescription), assess emergencies and make the necessary arrangements in case of an accident, and organise and conduct medical visits. It also facilitates hygiene and prevention activities for students.
It is imperative that one of the parents be available at all times to provide better care for children in the event of a health problem at school. In the event of an accident, the child is taken to the most appropriate hospital.
Sick children should not come to school (risk of contagion, discomfort, fever...). If the child has a fever, it is often a sign of a contagious disease. By not sending it to school, it will limit its spread.
Students are also encouraged to use fresh water at beverage dispensers throughout the day.
This is a free service, personalized medical advice, 100% secure and 100% confidential, made available to CGEA policyholders. You will thus be able to benefit from medical advice at any time, in France or abroad, at no extra cost. To create your account on https://www.medecindirect.fr/ and access the service, you will need to use the activation code indicated on your children's school insurance certificate and go to https://inscription.medecindirect.fr/ and let yourself be guided....
Activation Code: CGEA231402 (for the year 2017)
Initial consultations are by appointment and are exceptionally open to people outside the LFB. More informations on this page below. Contact : firstname.lastname@example.org
A senior education counsellor, (s)he manages the school life service and its supervisors. It also organises and manages school life and the individual monitoring of secondary school pupils.
The LFB has a speech-language therapist
he LFB has a full-time, state-certified speech and language therapist available to help families or teachers.
The speech and language therapist specializes in rehabilitation:
- oral language, expression and comprehension
- pre-requisites for learning written language with the maintenance of visual or auditory attention, locating in space, phonological discrimination for example.
- reading and spelling, writing skills
- disorders of neurological origin, related to disabilities
- swallowing disorders.
The current speech and language therapist at the LFB benefits from additional training in logical and mathematical skills development from the toddler to the middle school, MAKATON (a method of augmental gesture communication inspired by the LSF) and language development in a plurilingual context..
The objectives of the therapeutic project are set jointly between the speech-language therapist, the child, the family and the educational team.
The speech and language pathologist is involved in the writing of personalized projects for children with special needs, and is responsible for the reports required for requests for accommodations for exams.
Terms and conditionsFees for speech and language pathology within the LFB are below those in France. They are reimbursed by some health insurance funds on medical prescription, according to the terms of the contract.
Initial consultations are by appointment and are exceptionally open to people outside the LFB. Contact: email@example.com / 0361 47 32 314
- 8a.m. - 5p.m.