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Old 08-10-2011, 10:16 PM
Paul from Australia Paul from Australia is offline
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Exclamation Today the day centre folk are being trained in suctioning.

G'day everyone.

Today the day centre folk are being trained in suctioning specifically for Grant.

Three years ago when Grant started at the day centre, training was given, but most of the staff have either moved on or fogotten what to do.

A nurse is coming out to do the training.

Once the training has been approved, we will work towards getting Grant to the day centre twice a week from 11.am to 3.pm. He will go with a carer from here and she will do activities with him. If Grant didn't have the carer with him he would do next to nothing and we wouldn't even consider letting him go!

Seeya,

Paul, Alison and Grant the champ.
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