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Archives de pédiatrie
Volume 17, n° 12
pages 1731-1733 (décembre 2010)
Doi : 10.1016/j.arcped.2010.10.006
L’accueil en collectivité d’un enfant atteint d’allergies alimentaires : le projet d’accueil individualisé (PAI)
The host community of a child with food allergies: The personalized care project (PCP)
 

F. Rancé
Pôle médicochirurgical de pédiatrie, allergologie–pneumologie, hôpital des Enfants, 330, avenue de Grande-Bretagne, TSA 70034, 31059 Toulouse cedex, France 

Résumé

Le projet d’accueil individualisé (PAI) permet de gérer l’urgence allergique qui pourrait survenir pendant le temps scolaire. Les autres objectifs sont également de faciliter la réussite scolaire, l’insertion sociale et professionnelle des enfants et adolescents atteints d’une maladie chronique comme l’allergie alimentaire, en favorisant la scolarité grâce à certains aménagements. Le PAI est issu de documents officiels dont la Circulaire no 2003-135 du 8 septembre et la circulaire interministérielle du 25 juin 2001. La famille doit demander un protocole d’accueil auprès du directeur d’école ou du chef d’établissement. Puis, le médecin de l’Éducation Nationale organise la rédaction du document d’après les informations fournies par le médecin traitant (ou allergologue).

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Summary

The personalized care project (PCP) can manage allergic emergencies that may occur during school hours. Other objectives are to facilitate academic achievement, social and professional integration of children and adolescents with chronic illness such as food allergy, by promoting education through certain changes. The PCP is derived from official files including Circular No 2003-135 of September 8 and the inter-ministerial circular of 25 June 2001. The family must request a protocol with the host school principal or school head. Then, the doctor of Education organizes the drafting of the document based on information provided by the physician (or allergist).

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Mots clés : Allergie alimentaire, Enfant, Projet d’accueil individualisé

Keywords : Food allergy, Children, Personalized care project




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