Since starting this thread I have actually begun going to pre-k in a special deaf education program with my 3 old patient. Loved the advice to keep some stuff at school. They are very kind about giving me some room for supplies. Rolling suitcase I purchased does the rest and navigates well in hallway.
The teacher is deaf and the aide signs and hears so we muddle through and really communicate very well.
PT wears a backpack with feeding pump and teacher and aide know that if he starts scanning the room for me it is because he hears the pump beeping. They think it is adorable.
The first day I let them know that I would be handling all of his incontinence care,feeding pump ,meds and any nursing interventions that were needed but try to do so in a way that would not disrupt other students and also keep him engaged as much as possible. I would NOT intervene with teaching/ redirecting over classroom issues so as not to undermine the bonding he needed with teacher and aide.
It has worked out very well so far and I do enjoy the mornings out of the house.
Why would the teacher think you were trying to keep the pt out of school?