Re: [IPp] So #%&68@$ Pissed
Bev's right. They just can't cross off doctor;s orders on a 504 once it's
been agreed to. Try the national ADA, as she says.
--- On Thu, 9/16/10, Beverly P White <email @ redacted> wrote:
From: Beverly P White <email @ redacted>
Subject: Re: [IPp] So #%&68@$ Pissed
To: email @ redacted
Date: Thursday, September 16, 2010, 7:34 AM
Where do you live? the school cannot legally change doctor's orders
if the doc says you are to handle the day to day care. I never gave the
permission to speak with the endo and they cannot without permission. Just
because they want it does not make it legally so. Contact national ADA
and/or national OCR....I can only imagine how you feel as I want to kick *&%^
and take names!!!
--- On Thu, 9/16/10, email @ redacted
<email @ redacted> wrote:
From: email @ redacted <email @ redacted>
Subject: [IPp] So #%&68@$ Pissed
To: "email @ redacted"
<email @ redacted>
Date: Thursday, September 16, 2010, 3:27 AM
I am so pissed at the public school system. Justin is in 4th grade this
and I must say that I have never really had a problem with his diabetes care
school. Until this year. Well maybe a little in the beginning but that was
with a 504. This year the school heath department will not allow me to
change/adjust insulin to carb ratios or change current insulin doses. I am no
longer alowed give the nurse insruction on his care. Hello I was the one who
pump trained the nurse, and she is always calling me on what to do. All
changes must come from his Endo. They crossed out a section on Justin Dr
that states Justin is to be tested prelunch, in the pm and when justin or
parents deems nessasary. Health department crossed out the part that says
Justin and parents deems nessecery. So I quess this means that Justin cannot
tell the nurse he thinks he is low and need to be tested. As of now he can
be tested twice a day per Dr orders. I called his Endo and found out that
have spocken to the health department and heath department won't change it.
also health department is insisting that Endo give them a Sliding scale to
in the event of pump failure. Justin doesn't use a sliding scale. And hasn't
used one since he started pumping at 2 years old. During pump failure we use
Lantus and mult. daily Shots using his current insilin to carb ratios. The
insulin scale issue has come up in passed years, but Health department let
when I said he didnt have one. This year they wont ok his orders unless it is
filled out. School here stared on 8/30 and as of now Endos orders have not
Ok by the health department UGH!!!!!.been treating Justin anyways following
504 but she think she is not supposted to follow it, and is not sure she
able to much longer. Grrrrrr!!!!!
Gina mom of Justin,10 years old, dxed 3/14/02, pumping Revel.
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