JewishFalcon asks:

Paralyzim and help for Mackenzie at her new school

Hey there. So my daughter was paralyzed yesterday and I need help on how she will get to school, learn, meet friends when people laugh at her, and we need help. Tomorrow is her first day of school and she has no way to do homework. We moved cause I got a new job in Mel rose. [content removed by JustAsk admin].
We are driving home from her hospital still at 3:43. We need school ideas that [content removed by JustAsk admin]. can learn at her new public school, also known as the Roosevelt. She can't speak so how will she answer questions. She can not use her arms or legs so we need a wheelchair. There is so much we need. We feel super sorry for her and her Girl Scout troop sold cookies for her. We made good money to stay awhile. Then she looked at the door. And we checked with the workers. That was her last night. She did not end up staying, they gave her a wheelchair, and we went to our car. So what I need is help for her in her new public school. If you have any please write them as soon as close to when you get the ideas for help. Thank you and we thank your attention for [content removed by JustAsk admin].. She hopefully will be home from the hospital by tonight and until she falls asleep we will be posting videos and taking snapshots of her. Thank you and goodbye all!
In Topics: Learning issues and special needs
> 60 days ago

Aug 26, 2014

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Maybe we can have a separate teacher go and work with her separately and then she can go back to her class like a switch off every half hour? She can learn with others and meet her new friends.
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Mlisah writes:
Contact the school immediately and request a special education referral.  Her needs can be met by the school.
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