Shown below is detailed information and a selection of screenshots taken from the Medical section from both versions of the Baby's Days system.
To view screenshots and information from other areas of the system, click on any link to the right.
The medical section allows you to record every Short or Long Term course of medication that has been given to a child within your setting, each time a dose of medication has been given to a child it can be quickly recorded on the system, in addition once a course of medication has been completed the child's parents can sign the form digitally online using their actual hand written signature.
The Accidents, Incidents and Existing Injuries section allows you to record any incidents within your setting detailing exactly when, where and how the incident took place, in addition you can use the bodymap feature to clearly and easily identify the locations of the injuries on the child, as with the medications, parents can sign the forms digitally online using their actual hand written signature.
Digital Signatures are incorporated into the Medical section on the system, parents sign their children's Accident and Incident and medication forms by signing directly onto your system using their or the setting's mobile phone, tablet, iPad or a signature pad connected to a laptop or PC at your childcare setting.
The system securely stores parent's actual hand written digital signature along with the date and time they signed your forms.
Parent's can also add Short and Long Term Medications and Existing Injuries onto the system so that they can be approved by you, thus saving time when parents arrive in the morning at the setting and hand you a prescribed medication to give to their child.
Common Medications have been added to the system to speed up the create of a new course of medication for a child.
Additional medications can be added to the system along with photographs for identification.
Record every child's Short and Long Term Medications directly onto the system.
Record the date, exact time and name of the staff member who gave each dose of medication to a child.
Parents can see a detailed summary of each medication that has been given to their child including the dates and time of each dose of the medication.
Parents can digitally sign all areas of the medical section, the systems stores their actual hand written digital signature along with the date and time they signed.
Record every child's Accident, Incident and Existing Injury directly on the system.
Locations of the injury can be detailed on the advanced Bodymap drawing.
Concern forms for each child can be added to the system and are hidden from the child's parents.
Parent's can add Short and Long Term Medications and Existing Injuries onto the system that can be approved by you.
The entire medical section is available for use by both Administrators and Parents on the iPhone and Android apps as well as a web browser on a PC, laptop or tablet.
Administrators can add short and long term medications and accidents using the app, parents can connect to the app and sign their child's accident forms and provide permission for you to administer medication to their child.
Shown below are a selection of screenshots and additional information relating to the Medical section on the system.
The Medical overview page allows you to see at a glance each child's active Short and Long Term Medications and the date of each child's last Accident / Incident and Concern form.
Each child also has their own overview page where it details every medication or Accident / Incident and Concern form that has ever been created for them, in addition on this page you can see at a glance if any forms need to be signed by their parents.
By default a selection of the most common non-prescribed medications have already been added to the system, these include recommended dosage information and an image of the medication, additional medications can be added to the system.
Medications are added to the system to save time when creating a Short or Long Term course of Medication for a child on the system.
Accidents, Incidents and Existing Injuries
Accidents, Incidents and Existing Injuries are recorded directly within the Medical section, each form you create on the system for a child can contain the following information:
Location - Where the event took place.
Description - How the event took place
Injury - The Injuries the Child sustained during the event.
Action - The Action taken by you after the event.
Condition - The Condition of the Child shortly after the event.
In addition the Bodymap feature allows you to indicate directly onto a drawing the exact locations of the child's injuries, this is done by dragging and dropping icons onto the drawing of the child.
Once an accident, incident or existing injury form has been completed for a child, the child's parents can digitally sign the form using their actual hand written signature, this signature is then saved and stored on your system and can be printed at any time on the accident / incident form.
Short Term and Long Term Medications
Short and Long Term Medications can be completed on the system, every dose of medication that you have given the child can be recorded securely on the system, and in addition if the child's parents have administered a dose of any medication, the dosage information can also be recorded as the parent person who administered the medication with the exact date and time they gave it to the child.
Every dose of medication that is given to a child is quickly and simply recorded on the system and once a course of medication has been completed the dosage information cannot be edited.
If a course of medication if a prescribed drug you can request a parent's signature prior to administering a dose of medication to the child.
Once a course of medication is complete, the course is marked as completed and the parents can then digitally sign the medication course securely on the system using their actual hand written signature, this signature is then saved and stored on your system and can be printed at any on the short / long term medication form.