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January 21, 2010


The Scotsman

The Scottish Executive published an early guide which helps teachers to know what to do if one of the pupils has a seizure. It focuses  on how to recognise an epileptic fit, what constitutes an emergency and useful medications.

4 Comments leave one →
  1. esterot permalink
    January 21, 2010 3:19 pm

    Hi! Carol,

    I’ve read the headline of the article and I think it’s very interesting. It’s a good idea thinking about carrying out something that makes easier to teachers to manage with situations like this in case they take place.
    And you know, the more you know about something, the better.

  2. carolmedel permalink
    January 21, 2010 5:01 pm

    That’s true Monica. Teachers are the first person to notice changes in children who are going to have an atack so this kind of initiatives are very useful for us. See you

  3. eoimarisa permalink*
    January 22, 2010 12:33 pm

    Thank you Carol for this post. I think we would need a lot of different guides. Honestly, I wouldn’t know what to do in a situation like that nor in many others and after all, we spend most of our work with people, so we are bound to have to face difficult situations at one point or another.

  4. December 4, 2011 4:37 am

    Excellent article. Let me should by asking questions

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