I am just curious about what some of you have in place for seizure protocol at school.
My son (freshman in HS) is in an 'active' seizure cycle and we've had to pick him up at school once a week for the last 3 weeks. These have been very small seizures, and he does get a little tired and 'out of it', so it can be pointless for him to even try at school on 'bad days'. It's just getting to a point where we are holding our breath waiting for The Call, and it's causing some 'stress' worrying about leaving work etc. (even though both employers are aware and understanding - it's still time off used)
Of course if my son has a significant seizure, there is no question about picking him up. But for these little absence events, or brief seizures where he almost seems to 'shake it off', I don't know if we should be running to pick him up.
The staff / aides know about seizure first aid, recognizing my son's particular seizures and they always call me if he has one and then we decide about picking him up. Usually if he has more than one, we go pick him up.
What do others have in place?