This month’s Autism 200 series class is Autism 204: Perspectives on Psychiatric Treatment of Autism Spectrum Disorder
Instructor: Hower Kwon, MD
Although psychiatric medications are not typically prescribed Read full post »
RNs Kerri Morales and Jan Bersin
It’s almost back to school time and our RNs at Seattle Children’s Autism Center want to share information to ensure it’s a smooth and timely process for you.
Q: What type of medication forms do I need to give to my child’s school?
A: Seattle Children’s has implemented a new process for school medication forms. To help expedite this, please email email@example.com or call 206-987-7149 with your child’s name, date of birth, name of school, medication they need to take at school, and the time the medication needs to be taken. We no longer use forms provided by your school. The medication at school form will be electronically sent to the school with your child’s provider’s signature. This process can take up to 5 days.
Q: What do I do with Sports Physical or Camp Physical forms?
A: These are not filled out by our clinic, but should go to the primary care provider to verify your child’s physical health. We can have your child’s provider sign the portion regarding medications we prescribe if needed.
Q: How much time should I allow to refill a prescription?
A: Please allow 2-5 days for refills to be sent to your pharmacy, and it may take up to one week for paper prescriptions to arrive in the mail. Many ADHD stimulant prescriptions require a signed original paper prescription, so please request these at least 7 days in advance of when they are needed.
Q: Do I need an appointment to get my prescription filled?
A: Every patient needs regular follow up appointments with their provider to ensure that refills can be approved. Please make sure these are scheduled well in advance as our providers’ schedules get filled quickly. We do not have urgent appointment slots available.