Good Luck Catchup. Hope you can get someone to listen and answer you. Why do schools find it so difficult to remember important stuff about someones medical condition or educational needs? I know there's a lot of kids, all with their own needs, but there must be a way for these things not to slip and be forgotten.
We had ds parent evening. Discussed most of the issues we needed to, but there's never really enough time at these things. We had twice our alloted time as it was. Teacher has been informed again regarding importance of routine and diet and has been told of the consequenses if we cannot get this new routine to work for D - i.e. possible further ops.
However, we were told that there was nothing they could do about D eating alone. The teacher said she felt bad about it, but that the school could not change the whole classes lunchtime slot and so D can eat his lunch at the correct time, but not have company
Still thinking how to deal with that one.
Similar reponse re trips - they want to include him as much as possible but it's not always possible to juggle times to suit. Ho Hum. At least we got assurances that there will be a number of further meetings to discuss Ds move to secondary school next September. So the outcome of the parents evening was probably 50% happy with some issues sorted
and 50% still frustrated that some issues don't seem to be within the schools ability to solve