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Links


http://www.scholastic.comOTC-med-safety

good resource for students and families about medication safety


www.breathepa.org- asthma assistance


www.heritagevalley.org search "pediatric asthma"- Breathe 'n Easy program


www.snacksafely.com- safe snack guide for allergies updated every month


The Pennsylvania Children’s Health Insurance Program (CHIP)

For many Pennsylvania families, CHIP is free or offered at a low cost.

Coverage is provided by private health insurance carriers with a generous benefits package and robust medical provider networks.

Last year, Governor Corbett eliminated the waiting period so that no uninsured child would need to wait to apply.

All school districts should have received CHIP materials last spring to prepare for back-to-school distribution. Please be sure these materials are getting home to families and they know how to apply.

Additionally, parents, teachers, families and school nurses can access CHIP information via the links below.

CHIP’s Main Website: http://www.chipcoverspakids.com/

Downloadable Materials and Handouts for Schools and Parents: http://www.chipcoverspakids.com/chip-resources/resources-for-organizations-community-partners-and-school-districts/e-toolkit/downloads/

What is CHIP: http://www.chipcoverspakids.com/about-chip/what-is-chip/

Eligibility and Benefits: http://www.chipcoverspakids.com/eligibility-and-requirements/

Apply for and/or Renew CHIP Coverage: http://www.chipcoverspakids.com/apply-and-renew/

As you know, healthy children are healthy learners. Please use these materials to get the word out that CHIP coverage is well within reach. 


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