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Medical Needs at School

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Kansas Resources Connected Kansas Kids Guidelines for Medication Administration in Kansas Schools Guidelines for Medication Administration in Kansas Schools Guidelines for Nursing Management of Students with Chronic Disease or Health Conditions in School Settings Kansas Individualized Health Care Plan Checklist Other Resources Care Notebook for Parents Child Has Health Problems, School Reports Him Truant Chronic Disease Management at School Department of Justice Protecting the Rights of Students with Diabetes Diabetes Sample Section 504...

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Medical Resources

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Family to Family Health Information Center KanCare   Connected Kansas Kids Covering Costs When Your Child is Diagnosed with a Serious Medical Condition The Future is Now: Preparing for Transition Planning (for children 0-6 years old) The Future is Now: Preparing for Transition Planning (for pre-teens and teenagers 7-13 years old) The Future is Now: Preparing for Transition Planning (for youth and young adults 14-19 years old) Epilepsy & My Child Toolkit Epilepsy Foundation of Kansas & Missouri Flu: A guide for parents of children or adolescents with chronic health...

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Epilepsy

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Kansas Resources Epilepsy & My Child Toolkit Epilepsy Foundation of Kansas & Missouri Telehealth Epilepsy Brochure National Resources Epilepsy and School Epilepsy for Teens Going to School with Epilepsy How to Help Your Kids Tell Their Friends Information for Teenagers Managing Children with Epilepsy at School: A Nurses Guide You are Not Alone: Toolkit for Parents of Teens who have...

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Steve’s Story

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by Bernita Engleken  Twenty three years ago, on April 23, 1981, our sixth child was born six weeks prematurely. We were told within the hour that Steven had Down Syndrome and that we should put him in an institution and go on with our lives. He was in an incubator for the next week. We had five teenagers who had anxiously awaited the birth of this new baby. I felt that I had failed everyone. Telling the teenagers became the difficult job of my husband. As a new mother, just having gone through a traumatic delivery, I was in no shape to take on that task. It was my job to call the...

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Rolling with the Tide

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Lola By Kristina McCollum  Lola Rosalie Shea was born a little over 3 years ago, 3 very long minutes after I passed through the hospital doors. Now that I’ve had some time to get to know her, I can see the true humor in her arrival (and now that enough time has gone by since I nearly gave birth on Ward Parkway in our ’96, dog-hauling, teal green Isuzu Rodeo). That very day in December, 3 weeks before her Christmas day due date, Lola’s daddy & his Pop-Pop painted her bedroom bright pink. In true Lola style she read this as a clear indication that we were ready;...

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