Make sure to define what you believe the child may have, and be ready to explain what observations have led you to that belief. Be ready for parents to be upset or defensive, and reassure them that their child is healthy and that you’re not a doctor, but believe they should be screened. Be ready with a script and have a coworker to back you up, and have a list of resources available.
There was a problem reporting this post.
Please confirm you want to block this member.
You will no longer be able to:
See blocked member's posts
Mention this member in posts
Invite this member to groups
Message this member
Add this member as a connection
This action will also remove this member from your connections and send a report to the site admin.
Please allow a few minutes for this process to complete.