Do kids with bladder issues go to kindergarten?
- BlessedLv 78 months ago
- 8 months ago
Yes they do and men with bladder issues go to work wearing a male adult diaper.
- Anonymous8 months ago
Wrong section dumbass
- blankLv 78 months ago
Unless it states they have to be potty trained. Although in the case you stated a child may not be able to hold it or what ever the case.
I would talk with the school as each school has different rules on this matter.
If it is medical I do not think the school would say no. Again I would try calling the school and just ask.
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- HailstormerLv 68 months ago
Yes, they do. Bladder issues do not equate to learning capacity.
- NathanLv 48 months ago
Yes, that shouldn't affect their education. They may need some more accommodating but generally it should all be fine
- Pat WoodenLv 78 months ago
The rules forbid discrimination because a child has a wetting problem The reality, however, is often very different. My daughter was 7 and still having accidents; the doctor we saw about this told us there was nothing wrong with her, except her bladder was a little immature.
The school didn't want to hear that. After recommending home schooling, in the next several months, the school officials made us see another doctor (who prescribed Oxycontin) , see a psychiatrist and had a child protection officer come to our home. Thank goodness I kept detailed records--they stayed for a few minutes and left with an apology.
Their next step was being asked to attend a meeting of four school officials who insisted that my daughter wear diapers constantly when in school. I was able to get a note from the psychiatrist they sent us to stating that this would severely traumatize her. At this point I pulled out the big guns and sent a long letter to the Board of Education. Suddenly all the problems went away. A couple of months later my daughter was accident-free.
- LynnmarieLv 78 months ago
Yes. I remember a couple of kids having accidents in first grade.
- .Lv 78 months ago
They have to to get an education. However, they might be sent to a classroom with children with disabilities, if it was needed, or might need to take some precautions.
- Kid MohawkLv 58 months ago
Do you mean legit medical issues, or ones who are simply still prone to wetting?
In the case of the former, of course. A school could no freely discriminate like that.
In the case of the latter, yes again. Although any school would of course prefer a child be potty trained before entering grade school, the reality is that it doesn't always work out that way. A child may just be sort of slow, or the parents might be slackers, and so the school is reluctantly prepared to deal with it.