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Hello, I have found you all because I am searching for help. Like so many, I am starting the process of the 504 plan for my PA/asthmatic daughter now in 2nd grade. The school has been very...
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So I was talking to a preschool director and asked if they are PN free, they said yes. I then asked about birthday parties and they said they recommend Dunkin Donuts' munchkins or Shaw's Cupcakes b...
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[url="http://www.tri-cityherald.com:80/901/story/91389.html"]http://www.tri-cityherald.com:80/901/story/91389.html[/url] Friday, Feb. 15, 2008 Tri-City mom seeks food allergy guidelines for schools...
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Florida is introducing HB495/S1650 in this Spring 2008 session. This would allow epinephrine autoinjectors to be allowed in the schools clinics and administered on anyone having an anaphylactic...
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Just curious. I used to work for a school district as a social worker and we were constantly having in-service trainings. Has anyone ever attempted to participate in these in-service days and give...
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I geuss the 504 plan we did for my child was not specific enough. I am highly upset with my childs teacher, they are going on a field trip, out of the two choices for lunch they decided to go to the...
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My 8 year old is peanut and tree nut (All nuts and contact sensitive). Last week the teacher sent out a letter talking about this little party they were going to have and she listed the menu and...
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i am having a problem at my son's daycare. he is just under 11 months old, and i learned yesterday that they either have or may have fed him products that were from an unknown origin (mini bagels...
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Hello. My 2nd grader has a field trip coming up and the permission slip has a waiver section on it. In the past, I have gone with him, but this time, I am considering not going. There probably won...
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My daughter will be starting a new school in August. It is a private school that contracts with local restaurants to bring in lunch. Fridays are chick-fil-a day. Does anyone allow their PA child to...
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At the suggestion of my daughter's school nurse, I applied for a 504 plan.I was denied-by phone. I only received a written denial when I asked for it.I did not see the school nurses's name on the...
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Help, can anyone send me a copy/sample of a letter sent home to parents re: not bringing/allowing peanut products to school? The one the nurse gave me is BORING and doesn't quite do it. Thank you.
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My son (3rd grade)is severely PA/TNA. At school yesterday, one of the lunch ladies handed out chocolates w/peanuts. She did not give one to my son, but everyone else had one. THAT is not the problem...
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Hello everyone, My daughter will be starting Kindergarten this fall so I'm beginning the 504 plan process. I have an appt. with our allergist this Tuesday (1/29), and an informal tour of the school...
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Last year when my son was in kindergarten he had to sit outside the lunchroom everytime something was on the menu that the school felt was questionable. He broke out in hives because another child...
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Hello all. My title pretty much sums up my question. I am very new to all this. My son has some special needs (autism, among others) and we are drafting his first IEP this week. From the get go ,...
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I requested a 504 eligibility meeting for my son for severe food allergies. The meeting is tomorrow, but I am concerned about a few things. First, the wording of the letter informing me of the...
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I am looking to start a discussion on dealing with sending a PA child to college. Hints, suggestions, good programs and not so good programs. Our soon to be 18 year old son is heading to college. Of...
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Last Friday I went into my son's class and there was a substitute. I know her, she has substituted before. She asked if I could stay and help out with a art project. While I was there someone brought...

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