I picked my kids up from daycare today (they go twice a week after school while I work). When I got there the director said she needs to talk to me. Apparently they went for their yearly CPR/First Aid training through the state licensing department and found out that they are not allowed to have Camden's glucagon kit on-site. She said that she told the person that she'd had one in the cupboard since the first day of school this year and she told her she needed to return it to me and that even if she had it, she could not administer it to him in an emergency situation.
She told her that I had showed her what to do and that there were instructions in it and it didn't matter.
What do other parents do? Do you send your kids to daycare without glucagon, knowing that it's unlikely that they'll need it? Does your daycare let you keep it there?
I'm lost. He was going to to go Summer DayCamp through this place during the summer while I'm at work and now there's no way he's going on field trips with them.
I told them that until I figured this out, my kids wouldn't be back.
Thanks for any help you can give