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School Nurses and Families Learn Through Lice Lessons Program

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Updated on July 19, 2020

The National Association of School Nurses (NASN) has launched a curriculum that educates people about head lice.

About Lice Lessons

Lice Lessons was designed by the NASN in collaboration with Arbor Pharmaceuticals to provide information to health professionals and parents about head lice. The goal is to educate people in order to minimize stress and lessen the stigma associated with head lice. Below are the lessons:

Head Lice 101 Presentation: An Overview for Parents, Teachers and Communities

A presentation to help educate parents, teachers and your community during the next school, PTA or PTO meeting.

Don’t Let Head Lice Keep You Up At Night!

A printable poster with guidance for parents. 

Frequently Asked Questions About Head Lice

A 2-page resource with references. 

Head Lice 101 (for School Nurses): An Overview for School Nurses

An up-to-date fact sheet reflecting the most current research on preventing, controlling and treating head lice. 

Head Lice 101 (for Parents): What Every Parent Should Know About Head Lice

A quick, easy-to-read fact sheet to help dispel myths and prepare parents before they experience an infestation. 

Facing Head Lice: A Guide For Families

A simple step-by-step guide for parents and caregivers, including information about treating and removing head lice from the home

Letters for Home

Head Lice Education and Possible Head Lice

Source: National Association of School Nurses

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