- Comprehensive Health Services
- Student & Staff Health Services/Programs
- Recommended Nutrition Information
- Nutrition Policy FAQ's
- AISD Wellness Policy
- Nutrition, Fundraising, and Vending Policy
- Food Allergy
- Vision and Hearing Screening
- Nutrition Resource Links
- Heat Related Guidelines
- Behavioral Health
- Family Resource Centers
- Access to Health Insurance for Children and Families
- AISD Lice Policy and Guidelines
- AAP Policy on Lice
- Bed Bugs
- Health Updates
- Employee Wellness
- School Health Advisory Council (SHAC)
The Department of Comprehensive Health Services is under the Office of SEL and Multi-Tiered Systems of Support and provides programs, services, initiatives, and resources for campuses, staff, students, and families. Such programs include; the Department of Student Health Services through Dell Children's Medical Center and Seton Healthcare Family, mental/behavioral health services through partnerships with Vida Clinic and Austin/Travis County Integral Care, the Department of Vision and Hearing, School Health Advisory Council, and integrated case management in collaboration with the Family Resource Centers. Additionally, the Department of Comprehensive Health Services provides direction to campuses regarding food/nutrition policy, food allergy and anaphylaxis healthy snack vending through Healthy Vending by HUMAN, first-aid/AED/CPR training and compliance, and mental health/stress management/trauma informed care training for AISD staff.
The Department of Student Health Services provides clinical health services to students including: acute/illness care, case management of chronic conditions, immunization compliance and management, management of communicable illness (lice policy, staphylococcus, etc), patient education, environmental health, and pregnancy and related services.
Comprehensive Health Services Org Chart
Nutrition, Wellness Policy and Fund-Raising Guidelines
Looking for information on immunizations? Click HERE to visit our immunizations page for shot clinic schedules and requirements for 2016-2017.