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my daughter has a chromosome deletion.she is now 8 she started walking when she was 4yo. walks shaky but can do it, she can not speak at all.
last year she fell down some stairs at school face first onto concrete injured her face, nose,mouth,brow area
later in the year she came home limping badly, she ended up with a broken foot. cast and all
i had some meetings and phones calls and was assured nothing would happen again, well
shes in a new school, same district, the teacher said she fell on some stairs on the playground, she said ' i know you said to be extra careful on stairs because of last year, but this was unavoidable; i was caught off guard.
every time she puts weight on it she screams and falls. i will take to the er tomorrow if not better. im done, this is war. what can i doDoes sovereign immunity cover special needs children? i thought i read somewhere it doesn't 'cover' thing with them?
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