It's pretty standard practice for daycare centres to send out a notice when there has been an infection - ours does so for conjunctivitis, head lice, hand foot & mouth etc. It never mentions which child or even which room, just that there has been a confirmed case. I think they have to do that?
Regardless, they should've let you know the notice was going out, assuming of course they were referring to your DS.
they referred to his room, not him personally.
he's had a blocked tear duct for a while, something I'd explained to the educators quite a few times. I even took him to the gp about it and said do we need chlorsig and she assured me no, it's a blocked duct and gave me a referral for a pediatric opthamologist.
I get the reasoning behind the email but I'm a bit flabbergasted some daycare worker has taken it upon themselves to diagnose a medical condition? sorry you're a gp on the side too?
Oh sorry I thought you meant that he had actually been diagnosed with conjunctivitis and you'd old the Centre. Any chance another child could actually have had conjunctivitis and it isn't a reference to your son?
that's dh's theory too. I suppose it could be right. meh I'll just leave it be this time I guess. no use causing a storm in a teacup after every single incident..
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