How many days of school did your kids miss this year? Unfortunately, many kids miss a lot of school because they get sick, or to go to doctor and dentist appointments. Here, you'll find a few tips that'll help to prepare your family for the next school year. With some changes and planning, you may be able to reduce the number of days your kids miss from school.
Use Summer's Freedom
So many people neglect to take advantage of the freedom that summer offers. You have 3 months to get the appointments made that you know the kids will need – the well-visits to the doctor and the cleanings and exams needed at the dentist. Instead of scheduling these appointments during the school year and having to pull your kids out of school to go, try to schedule them during the summer.
Oftentimes, these appointments are quick and will not leave the kids feeling badly, so they'll be able to get back home and go back to doing whatever it was that they were doing before you took them to the appointments. Just removing these days from the list of absences can go a long way in reducing the number of missed days.
Talk with the Doc
Whether your kids missed school because they were truly sick, or if they were playing hooky, family medical practice services may be able to help. Some kids fake being sick when there's something more going on with them. This could be a sign that they're getting bullied at school, that they're struggling in a class or that they just aren't happy about some aspect of their life.
When you talk with the doctor, he or she will be able to get a better idea of what's going on with your kid. If there is something physical going on, the doctor will need to diagnose the problem and create a treatment plan – if the condition is psychological, he or she can refer you to the right specialist to help you and your kid get through it.
Work with a Nutritionals
If your kids aren't getting the nourishment that they need, they may be suffering from a deficiency that could impact their performance in school and how they feel from day to day. Visit a nutritionals to find out what foods and supplements can be offered to improve how your kids feel. It could be possible to treat many issues with natural supplements or dietary changes rather than going directly to pharmaceuticals.
Talk with the staff at the school, the doctors and your kids to learn if there's anything else to be done to help start next school year off with a better foot forward.Share
22 May 2019
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