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mc3, LPN 10,999 Views

Joined Jun 20, '05 - from 'AZ'. She has '12' year(s) of experience and specializes in 'various'. Posts: 971 (51% Liked) Likes: 1,592

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  • May 24

    There is one child in our school who has spina bifida. She is too little to adequately clean and change herself, and can't tell if she's gone (except for the odor..). The classroom has an aide, and she will clean and change her if she's there. If not, they send her to me and I have to. I always, always get another adult to witness me changing the child. I've even borrowed teachers who happen to be free on break and walking by my office to be my witness. And I write "changed student, witnessed by: whoever" when charting my clinic visits.

  • May 24

    There is one child in our school who has spina bifida. She is too little to adequately clean and change herself, and can't tell if she's gone (except for the odor..). The classroom has an aide, and she will clean and change her if she's there. If not, they send her to me and I have to. I always, always get another adult to witness me changing the child. I've even borrowed teachers who happen to be free on break and walking by my office to be my witness. And I write "changed student, witnessed by: whoever" when charting my clinic visits.

  • May 24

    There is one child in our school who has spina bifida. She is too little to adequately clean and change herself, and can't tell if she's gone (except for the odor..). The classroom has an aide, and she will clean and change her if she's there. If not, they send her to me and I have to. I always, always get another adult to witness me changing the child. I've even borrowed teachers who happen to be free on break and walking by my office to be my witness. And I write "changed student, witnessed by: whoever" when charting my clinic visits.

  • May 23

    There is one child in our school who has spina bifida. She is too little to adequately clean and change herself, and can't tell if she's gone (except for the odor..). The classroom has an aide, and she will clean and change her if she's there. If not, they send her to me and I have to. I always, always get another adult to witness me changing the child. I've even borrowed teachers who happen to be free on break and walking by my office to be my witness. And I write "changed student, witnessed by: whoever" when charting my clinic visits.

  • May 12

    Quote from Kooky Korky
    Do you have the ability to update the emergency cards with pertinent school health happenings, during a period of relative calm? That way they would be accurate, right?

    And maybe you could get parents to update them at least each semester with news from the home part of the students' lives.




    School nurses, you know what I mean

  • May 12

    Quote from Kooky Korky
    Do you have the ability to update the emergency cards with pertinent school health happenings, during a period of relative calm? That way they would be accurate, right?

    And maybe you could get parents to update them at least each semester with news from the home part of the students' lives.




    School nurses, you know what I mean

  • May 8

    Funny, I was asking myself how much more I could take today!

  • May 3

    Quote from Kooky Korky
    Do you have the ability to update the emergency cards with pertinent school health happenings, during a period of relative calm? That way they would be accurate, right?

    And maybe you could get parents to update them at least each semester with news from the home part of the students' lives.




    School nurses, you know what I mean

  • May 2

    I'm so sorry, Far (hugs)

  • May 2

    Are you sure you're in the right forum? This is the School Nurses forum; is that what you wanted?
    mc3

  • May 1

    Quote from Kooky Korky
    Do you have the ability to update the emergency cards with pertinent school health happenings, during a period of relative calm? That way they would be accurate, right?

    And maybe you could get parents to update them at least each semester with news from the home part of the students' lives.




    School nurses, you know what I mean

  • May 1

    Quote from Tinkers33
    so here is a question to all my nurse family..did you all feel the first few days, weeks, or heaven help me months as new nurse that the job is crazy hard? Like staying two hours past your normal time to chart? Like you love this job but what the hell did you get yourself into?!? New nurse soooo glad it's my FRIDAY!! First solo week done!

    Yes, yes and yes!!! I still ask myself that 14 years later!

  • Apr 30

    Quote from Kooky Korky
    Do you have the ability to update the emergency cards with pertinent school health happenings, during a period of relative calm? That way they would be accurate, right?

    And maybe you could get parents to update them at least each semester with news from the home part of the students' lives.




    School nurses, you know what I mean

  • Apr 30

    Quote from Kooky Korky
    Do you have the ability to update the emergency cards with pertinent school health happenings, during a period of relative calm? That way they would be accurate, right?

    And maybe you could get parents to update them at least each semester with news from the home part of the students' lives.




    School nurses, you know what I mean

  • Apr 30

    Quote from Kooky Korky
    Do you have the ability to update the emergency cards with pertinent school health happenings, during a period of relative calm? That way they would be accurate, right?

    And maybe you could get parents to update them at least each semester with news from the home part of the students' lives.




    School nurses, you know what I mean


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