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To: pandoraou812
My school district INSISTED that she go to preschool for disabled students. She got sick every single time she went. Finally I got a MD note to excuse her due to her impoverished immune system. Although she was much more disabled than your child, I found that the school MUST accommodate her with the MD note. So, if she gets sick, talk to your doctor. The school will have to send a teacher out to help her if it’s found that the school, in fact, is dangerous to her health. There are programs to help if it’s found her immune system is compromised.
23 posted on 08/30/2007 1:11:40 AM PDT by Hi Heels (Cleverly disguised as a responsible adult)
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To: Hi Heels

Thanks for the advice. I wanted to homeschool & we did all summer. But when we talked to her about it she said please let me go to school... I love going. So we are . My oldest daughter(now 28 yrs old) had a tutor for almost a year when she got sick so I know it can be done. Its strange but since she got off those 2 drugs she has been so much better. She had an allergy med for the beginning of the summer but the dr took her off it when the pollen season was over & we had no problems. I honestly felt her old dr was turning her into a mini drug addict. Both the drs in that office made me feel like I was a bad mother. In fact the woman dr hinted on calling social services on me if I took her off the drugs. She never came out & said it directly but she sure scared me enough into getting a new dr asap. Time for bed for me...Sassy gets up early. It was good to meet you & I hope to see you again ..~Pandora~


25 posted on 08/30/2007 1:22:58 AM PDT by pandoraou812 ( zero tolerance to the will of Allah ...... dilligaf? with an efg.....)
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