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School Health Services

School Nurse

Gro Hatlen

Phone: 97 96 98 97

Gro.Hatlen@trondheim.kommune.no

Office hours: Monday-Tuesday-Wednesday-Friday


The nurse’s office is located right across the hall from the school administration

Physiotherapist

Ingunn Skogseth-Stevens.

Phone:  94 83 95 28 

ingunn.skogsethstevens@trondheim.kommune.no 

Occupational Therapist

Line Wold Brandt.

Phone: 95 26 37 40

line-wold.brandt@trondheim.kommune.no

School Health Services

 

All municipalities in Norway are required by law to provide health services such as Health Centers (helsestasjon), School Health Services, Youth clinics. The services are free of charge, and aim to be easy to access.
 

The School Health Service is a continuation of the Health Center program for preschoolers, and the child’s health record is transferred to the school nurse before Year 1.

 

The aim of the school health service is to promote health and well-being, prevent disease and promote a healthy environment for all children. 

 

We work both at an individual, group and systemic level, and follow a standard national program, which includes: vaccines, health information, height/weight measurements, etc.

The School Health Services include a public health nurse, physiotherapist, occupational therapist and a school doctor. 

We cooperate with other professionals within the municipality, as well as external services. We participate in interdisciplinary meetings, and cooperate with the school  in agreement with the parents. We are restricted by laws of confidentiality.

If your child has followed any other vaccination program than the Norwegian child immunization program, please inform the school nurse about this. We are able to offer vaccines according to the Norwegian program.

Standard program

Year 1 : Individual appointments with school doctor and school nurse. Height/weight/BMI measurements, hearing test. Health dialogue with child and parent(s).

Year 2: Vaccine against diphtheria, tetanus, pertussis, polio. (DTP-ipv)

Year 3: Health information in groups, with topics such as hygiene, nutrition, physical activity, sleep, screentime, how to be a good friend, abuse, etc. Health workshop with the school nurse, physiotherapist, occupational therapist, teacher. Height/weight/BMI measurements.

Year 5 : Health information in groups. Puberty. Emotional well-being. 

Year 6: Vaccine against measles, mumps, rubella. (MMR)

Year 7: Vaccine against HPV. Two doses.

Year 8: Height/ weight/ BMI measurements. Individual health dialogue.

Workshop with nurse , occupational therapist and physiotherapist. 

Year 10: DTP-Ipv- vaccine. Health information;  sexual health

 

Basic hearing and vision test according to need. Referrals for further assessment or treatment when needed.

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