[Senco-forum] ADHD medication problem
ammdibben at aol.com
Mon Mar 19 19:59:45 GMT 2012
could meds be given to him by the secretary/ meds person nearer the classroom. We have arranged for meds to be given in the kitchen area as it avoids a trek through the school, as like you we cannot give meds in the classroom
Or change the time so it coincides with. A lunch break?
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On 19 Mar 2012, at 18:13, "Jacques - Mrs K" <kjacques at sus.suffolk.sch.uk> wrote:
> I am hoping that one of you wonderful people may have a solution I havent thought of.
> I currently have a Year 9 student diagnosed ADHD, ASD and Bi-polar who has to take medication at 12 from the front office - currently a TA takes him to the front office and then takes him back to class. However, his behaviour (banging on doors, shouting in classes, touching every single door handle on route, being rude to visitors) is getting to the point where SMT are not happy with this arrangement.
> I have thought of:
> 1) Reward charts
> 2) Parent coming in - they cant as they work
> 3) Bringing the meds to him - not allowed - school policy etc
> Any advice greatly appreciated!!
> Kelly Jacques,
> Inclusion Coordinator
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