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Special Needs -RXUQDO ( A compact Diary, Planner, Calendar and Notebook )

Explore my special and unique story


Special Needs -RXUQDO ( A compact Diary, Planner, Calendar and Notebook)

2018-2019 Created by Mohammad Ruhul Amin a proud father of Ridhwaana Al Mahjabeen (born on 02.03.2007) dealing with Cerebral Palsy

Special Needs Journal 2018-2019

Š2018 Mohammad Ruhul Amin www.specialneedsjournal.com www.specialneedsjournal.de The author and creator may distribute the digital copy to the parents of special needs children for noncommercial and personal use but it is prohibited to print and use full or any part of this document for commercial purpose without prior written approval from Mohammad Ruhul Amin. All rights reserved by Mohammad Ruhul Amin and cannot be held responsible for any inaccuracies. Email: info@specialneedsjournal.com, info@specialneedsjournal.de


PERSONAL INFORMATION Family name: First/given name: Address: Telephone no.: E-mail: Emergency contact person: Emergency contact number: Name of the school: Address: Telephone no.: Class: List of Medical Caregivers Name of the doctors /therapists 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. Address of the Medical Centers

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Contents

...components of the Journal

Principles

1

User guide

6

The user´s special needs (something that people needs to know)

11

Calendar 2018

15

Calendar 2019

16

Appointment calendar

17

Epilepsy/ other chronic illness register

29

Caregiver’s photo album

33

Caregiver’s plan

35

Document holder/folder Daily activity tracker Year 2018 August

47

September

74

October

99

November

126

December

152

Year 2019 January

177

February

205

March

229

April

255

May

281

June

308

July

333

Notes

360

Contacts

384


Principles

...how can it help?

This diary is designed to aid parents to manage all the special needs of their child in an organized way to keep their busy lives on the track. This can be used to keep a record of all important information of a special child’s daily life. Some key features of the diary are discussed below for better understanding.



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1. Easy school-home communication When a child needs full-time care, parents remain anxious during their child’s stay in the school or with external caregivers. Often children with special needs are unable to express their requirements. Some children also unable to exchange important information regarding their daily activities between school and home. It 1


might be inconvenient for parents to ask the teachers or caregivers about their child’s activities and challenges every single day. This notebook is designed to bridge the gap between the parents and the caregivers as well as the teachers for ensuring optimum care and support at all times and in all places. Time is the most valuable and scarce aspects for caregivers. Therefore, the daily activity pages are designed in such a manner so that it can be filled in 2-3 minutes. The attendees only need to tick boxes and write simple description for some items if necessary.

2. Food and fluid intake monitoring Feeding a child with special needs is the most important and yet most difficult task. Usually, children deny eating or drinking when they experience physical discomfort (such as an infection or throat pain) or simply when they dislike the taste of the food. Since they are unable to communicate what they want, it is usually challenging to understand their desires. Consequently, many special children suffer from malnutrition which leads to poor health condition. Therefore, record keeping of every meal, even in a qualitative manner, such as enough, not enough or little etc. can help the parents and caregivers assess the children’s current nutrition and liquid deficit as well as needs. When, for example, the child has not eaten enough during breakfast and lunch at school or while staying with external caregivers, parents can provide the child’s favorite and high-calorie food for dinner to compensate the deficit. In addition, they can invest more time feeding the child by applying special feeding techniques. This simple method helps to maintain the child´s health and thereby helps address associated health risks naturally. Percutaneous endoscopic gastrostomy (PEG) tube users can also benefit from this diary by charting food and liquid intake to evaluate associated health impacts.

3. Caregivers scheduling Each child is unique and their levels of special needs also differ. Some require full-time observation, feeding food and medicines, assistance at bathing, using washrooms, as well as cleaning and even surveillance during sleep to tackle epileptic attacks or other medical emergencies. Often both parents share these responsibilities to keep each other fit and healthy. If a single parent faces these responsibilities alone, then it could pose severe risk for 2


both the parent´s and child´s health. So, parents often need external help. Whether single or multiple caregivers share the responsibilities, the proper time management seems to be the smartest option to avoid any chance of accidental nonattendance.

4. Therapy control Children with special needs often require single or multiple therapies (e.g. physiotherapy, speech therapy, occupational therapy, hydrotherapy, equine therapy, music therapy, interactive metronome therapy etc.). Moreover, they require tools and equipment support such as orthopedic shoes, wheelchair, standing frame, orthopedic sitting chair, a special bed, special bathing and toilet chair, etc. Each therapy and tool need time management. It is necessary to plan the therapies in such a way so that they can complement each other. They should not bore and overburden the child. Every therapy has its inherent assistive or developmental goal. The therapy checklist would assist in planning all the therapies the child requires and monitoring the child´s performence or progress over time.

5. Discharges and hygiene control Knowing the child´s toilet behavior pattern would help both the child and the parents. Children, who cannot express their urgency for toilet use verbally or by any distinct signs, may urinate or defecate at their current position. Often they suffer from constipation or other types of difficulties releasing the pressure at their existing position such as sitting in a wheelchair fasten tightly with seat belts or chest belts or both. Sometimes caregivers do not understand their struggle. This may lead to huge mental pressure followed by frustration, trauma, and even medical emergencies. A simple checklist for bodily discharges (urine and stool) help to predict when the child should be taken to the toilet. Ultimately this helps to develop an effective toilet routine for the child. If any inconsistency in discharges (such as constipation, unusual color, odor, long time gaps etc.) is observed then additional care and doctor’s consultation could be accessed quickly.

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6. Medicine control Sometimes parents/caregivers forget whether they have given the medicine to the child. This may cause overdose or missing doses. The checklist included in diary will help the caregivers to maintain a routine, avoid mistakes and help them focus on their current tasks.

7. Emergency medical documents Children with special needs often face medical emergencies. The most common one may be epileptic attacks. If the child stays with an external caregiver, in a school or on a school bus during the epileptic attack, then caregiver may face diďŹƒculty in responding to the situation. If they seek emergency assistance (e.g. 911 in the Unaited States or 112 in Germany), the emergency doctors require a brief medical history of the patient to provide quick and proper medical support. If medical emergency occurs in a transport such as a bus/ a train/a plane in absence of a familiar caregiver or in abroad during vacation or tour, this notebook containing medical history and guidelines may help the caregivers and emergency doctors´ to respond within the shortest possible time. The families of children with special health care needs and chronic medical conditions are advised to prepare an emergency medical information pack with the help of the responsible doctors for rapid handling. The document should contain a clear, precise and complete guideline deďŹ ning to common and possible emergency conditions. It should also state clearly how to respond in the event of an emergency. During international travels, parents should keep a translated version of the emergency medical documents to access help quickly. The situation may arise where nobody understands your language (even English) and is able to read your documents to help quickly.

8. A comprehensive planning notebook This notebook is designed to record and monitor daily activities, quality of living, challenges, weather conditions with corresponding health issues and emotions of a child with unique health care needs. It will record, preserve and help share their remarkable stories with their friends, relatives, doctors, researchers, societies and the world.

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Considering the fact that each child and its family have unique types and levels of needs, this journal offers plenty of free space for unlimited possibilities in customization and inclusion. For organizing daily events this diary includes two years’ calendar in addition to the monthly appointments section for the whole school year. Doctor´s, appointments, therapy sessions, sports, and recreation activities can be noted and kept safe in this journal. There is no need for multiple scrap papers or sticky notes for this purpose. For writing special notes, short stories of memorable events and ideas, there will be plenty of blank pages in the notes section. The last section offers to write all relevant addresses and phone numbers. This journal will help shape your daily life and help you make the most out of your time. Each diary will archive 365 days full of incredible moments and emotions. When you look back at these records in future, they will help you evaluate the development trend of your child on various aspects over time. This may help you understand how to make your child’s life easier and better day by day.

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User guide

...how to make it functional?

1. Be determined The parents must have to be dedicated and fully determined to be punctual and organized. Try to make a habit of checking daily activities of your child, write notes, appointments, and messages to communicate with the teachers and therapists.

2. Convince the school teachers and caregivers for cooperation This journal cannot be fully functional without the cooperation of caregivers and teachers of the school who spend a considerable amount of time with the child. The parents should explain to them how beneficial this information could be for the child and their family and seek their kind cooperation to invest few minutes filling this journal every day.

3. Do not panic, try to relax, write your thoughts in notes This journal is designed to reduce your stress, not to overburden you. You do not need more than a minute to fill in the daily activity section. Mostly you have to tick boxes and optionally write short text. But this would let you keep your mind free to concentrate on other important things and lead a regular life.

4. Review daily and weekly activities and appointments Fill in each missing section, review the completed and upcoming activities of your child before going to bed every night.

5. Write reflections and notes Write a monthly review of your child’s and your own lifestyle, development targets, challenges and memorable experience in ‘notes’ sections. It is natural that you will often encounter new challenges and learn important lessons. It’s a unique and special journey. After passing some time you value your experience and archive them in such detail would make you proud. Eventually, this will turn into a family-biography.

6. Give feedback for further improvements It is very difficult to prepare a simple notebook that accommodates all types of special needs. This is our first initiative which took almost 5 years from inception to completion. We would highly appreciate if you share your unique experience on this notebook and provide your feedback and suggestions to improve special join us to build a worldwide community network for needs journal in future. Please Ple experience. sharing knowledge and e

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Food

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DECEMBER Today is

Tuesday

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Week 51

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Message from the school/caregiver:

Please collect and send us a new prescription for speech therapy from your house doctor. We have kept some documents for you in the backside of the notebook to read, sign and return back to us one copy. Ridhwaana was bit tired today.

Message/note from parents/guardian:

We will collect and send the prescription on Wednesday. Please find the signed copy of the document in the notebook. Ridhwaana had epileptic attack tonight. We had to apply emergency medicine. Probably she will be tired tomorrow too. If so, Please keep her in rest. 7


Caregiver´s Photo Album (Attach photo and write nicknames above) Sara Johnson(SJ)

Jessica Miller(JM)

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Photo Album: Adding photos of the caregivers in the diary has two perposes: 1. The contributors image may help the child and family learning and remembering them in the long run 2. short form of the name will be usefull as a symbol for the Caregivers Plan.

Caregiver´s Plan Time

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5 We 6 Th 7 Fr 8 Sa 9 Su Caregivers Plan: The daily timeline is segmented into 30 minute slots which give the opportunity to add multiple caregivers to cover complete 24 hours of the day for comfortable care planning. The sleep time slots (20:00-05:00) appeared graphically smaller to provide more space to the active hours. 8


Epilepsy/ other chronic sickness tracker Date

Start

Duration Medicine Hospital Remarks

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during sleep Normal in 2min

Epilepsy/ other chronic sickness tracker The open spreadsheet allows the parents and caregiver to document the chronic sickness outbreaks such as epileptic attacks/ seizures, trauma, any kind of temporal issues which appears suddenly for a short time and repeats frequently. This kind of information can be documented here for proper monitoring and evaluating its nature over time. In the long run this information can be used to explore the impacts of environmental or external inuences such as behavioral change, application of medicines etc. on the frequency of such chronic attacks.

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Appointment Register The monthly appointment pages oers to record all the appointments relevant to the child for managing and duly attending appointments. 9


“Life with a child with special needs can be filled with endless joy and constant challenges. Learn from mistakes we made and minimize the difficulties. Take the time to enjoy life with your family to the fullest. Be a story teller. Write your own amazing life story.�

Jonathan L. Singer

Source of the quote: Singer, J. L. (2012) The Special Needs Parent Handbook: Critical Strategies and Practical Advice to Help You Survive and Thrive.

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My special needs! ...what you may need or want to know! About me :

How I express myself?

How and when I take my medicine:

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Emergencies, that might occur, how to handle them:

How and when I use my equipments:

What to do when I do not feel well:

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My food and drinking habits, allergies, likes, unlikes:

How I move and when I need help:

My special routine (wake up, use restroom, bath, sleep etc. ).

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What makes me happy and I like to do:

What makes me upset:

More about me:

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September 2018-June 2019 can be found in the main document (this version is created to show the overview of the journal)


JULY

Appointments - 2019

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September 2018-June 2019 can be found in the main document (this version is created to show the overview of the journal)


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occupational

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Therapy

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yes

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sleep quality:

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urination:

very good fever

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physio

speech

occupational

hydro

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yes

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Night sleep

sleep quality:

Sickness

epilepsy

urination:

very good fever

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little

no intake

Dinner:

adequate

little

no intake

Type:

water

.....................

.....................

noon

evening

emergency

Quantity (ml):

Medicine

morning

WC

defecation:

Therapy

physio

speech

occupational

hydro

.....................

.....................

.....................

.....................

Day sleep

yes

note

Night sleep

sleep quality:

Sickness

epilepsy

urination:

very good fever

5

4

3

2

.....................

Message from the school/caregiver:

Message/note from parents/guardian:

51

1

very bad ....................


20

Food

Drinks

18

AUGUST Today is

Tuesday

07

Week 32

Breakfast:

adequate

little

no intake

Lunch:

adequate

little

no intake

Dinner:

adequate

little

no intake

Type:

water

.....................

.....................

noon

evening

emergency

Quantity (ml):

Medicine

morning

WC

defecation:

Therapy

physio

speech

occupational

hydro

.....................

.....................

.....................

.....................

Day sleep

yes

note

Night sleep

sleep quality:

Sickness

epilepsy

urination:

very good fever

5

4

3

2

.....................

Message from the school/caregiver:

Message/note from parents/guardian:

52

1

very bad ....................


20

Today is

Wednesday

Food

Drinks

18

AUGUST

08

Week 32

Breakfast:

adequate

little

no intake

Lunch:

adequate

little

no intake

Dinner:

adequate

little

no intake

Type:

water

.....................

.....................

noon

evening

emergency

Quantity (ml):

Medicine

morning

WC

defecation:

Therapy

physio

speech

occupational

hydro

.....................

.....................

.....................

.....................

Day sleep

yes

note

Night sleep

sleep quality:

Sickness

epilepsy

urination:

very good fever

5

4

3

2

.....................

Message from the school/caregiver:

Message/note from parents/guardian:

53

1

very bad ....................


20

Today is

09

Week 32

Breakfast:

adequate

little

no intake

Lunch:

adequate

little

no intake

Dinner:

adequate

little

no intake

Type:

water

.....................

.....................

noon

evening

emergency

Thursday

Food

Drinks

18

AUGUST

Quantity (ml):

Medicine

morning

WC

defecation:

Therapy

physio

speech

occupational

hydro

.....................

.....................

.....................

.....................

Day sleep

yes

note

Night sleep

sleep quality:

Sickness

epilepsy

urination:

very good fever

5

4

3

2

.....................

Message from the school/caregiver:

Message/note from parents/guardian:

54

1

very bad ....................


20

Today is

Friday

Food

Drinks

18

AUGUST

10

Week 32

Breakfast:

adequate

little

no intake

Lunch:

adequate

little

no intake

Dinner:

adequate

little

no intake

Type:

water

.....................

.....................

noon

evening

emergency

Quantity (ml):

Medicine

morning

WC

defecation:

Therapy

physio

speech

occupational

hydro

.....................

.....................

.....................

.....................

Day sleep

yes

note

Night sleep

sleep quality:

Sickness

epilepsy

urination:

very good fever

5

4

3

2

.....................

Message from the school/caregiver:

Message/note from parents/guardian:

55

1

very bad ....................


20

Today is

Saturday

Food

Drinks

18

AUGUST

11

Week 32

Breakfast:

adequate

little

no intake

Lunch:

adequate

little

no intake

Dinner:

adequate

little

no intake

Type:

water

.....................

.....................

noon

evening

emergency

Quantity (ml):

Medicine

morning

WC

defecation:

Sickness

epilepsy

Night sleep

sleep quality:

20

urination: fever

.....................

very good

5

4

3

2

..................... 1

very bad

18

AUGUST Today is

Sunday

Food

Drinks

12

Week 32

Breakfast:

adequate

little

no intake

Lunch:

adequate

little

no intake

Dinner:

adequate

little

no intake

Type:

water

.....................

.....................

noon

evening

emergency

Quantity (ml):

Medicine

morning

WC

defecation:

Sickness

epilepsy

Night sleep

sleep quality:

urination: fever

.....................

very good 56

5

4

3

2

..................... 1

very bad


20

Today is

Monday

Food

Drinks

18

AUGUST

13

Week 33

Breakfast:

adequate

little

no intake

Lunch:

adequate

little

no intake

Dinner:

adequate

little

no intake

Type:

water

.....................

.....................

noon

evening

emergency

Quantity (ml):

Medicine

morning

WC

defecation:

Therapy

physio

speech

occupational

hydro

.....................

.....................

.....................

.....................

Day sleep

yes

note

Night sleep

sleep quality:

Sickness

epilepsy

urination:

very good fever

5

4

3

2

.....................

Message from the school/caregiver:

Message/note from parents/guardian:

57

1

very bad ....................


20

Food

Drinks

18

AUGUST Today is

Tuesday

14

Week 33

Breakfast:

adequate

little

no intake

Lunch:

adequate

little

no intake

Dinner:

adequate

little

no intake

Type:

water

.....................

.....................

noon

evening

emergency

Quantity (ml):

Medicine

morning

WC

defecation:

Therapy

physio

speech

occupational

hydro

.....................

.....................

.....................

.....................

Day sleep

yes

note

Night sleep

sleep quality:

Sickness

epilepsy

urination:

very good fever

5

4

3

2

.....................

Message from the school/caregiver:

Message/note from parents/guardian:

58

1

very bad ....................


20

Today is

Wednesday

Food

Drinks

18

AUGUST

15

Week 33

Breakfast:

adequate

little

no intake

Lunch:

adequate

little

no intake

Dinner:

adequate

little

no intake

Type:

water

.....................

.....................

noon

evening

emergency

Quantity (ml):

Medicine

morning

WC

defecation:

Therapy

physio

speech

occupational

hydro

.....................

.....................

.....................

.....................

Day sleep

yes

note

Night sleep

sleep quality:

Sickness

epilepsy

urination:

very good fever

5

4

3

2

.....................

Message from the school/caregiver:

Message/note from parents/guardian:

59

1

very bad ....................


20

Today is

16

Week 33

Breakfast:

adequate

little

no intake

Lunch:

adequate

little

no intake

Dinner:

adequate

little

no intake

Type:

water

.....................

.....................

noon

evening

emergency

Thursday

Food

Drinks

18

AUGUST

Quantity (ml):

Medicine

morning

WC

defecation:

Therapy

physio

speech

occupational

hydro

.....................

.....................

.....................

.....................

Day sleep

yes

note

Night sleep

sleep quality:

Sickness

epilepsy

urination:

very good fever

5

4

3

2

.....................

Message from the school/caregiver:

Message/note from parents/guardian:

60

1

very bad ....................


20

Today is

Friday

Food

Drinks

18

AUGUST

17

Week 33

Breakfast:

adequate

little

no intake

Lunch:

adequate

little

no intake

Dinner:

adequate

little

no intake

Type:

water

.....................

.....................

noon

evening

emergency

Quantity (ml):

Medicine

morning

WC

defecation:

Therapy

physio

speech

occupational

hydro

.....................

.....................

.....................

.....................

Day sleep

yes

note

Night sleep

sleep quality:

Sickness

epilepsy

urination:

very good fever

5

4

3

2

.....................

Message from the school/caregiver:

Message/note from parents/guardian:

61

1

very bad ....................


20

Today is

Saturday

Food

Drinks

18

AUGUST

18

Week 33

Breakfast:

adequate

little

no intake

Lunch:

adequate

little

no intake

Dinner:

adequate

little

no intake

Type:

water

.....................

.....................

noon

evening

emergency

Quantity (ml):

Medicine

morning

WC

defecation:

Sickness

epilepsy

Night sleep

sleep quality:

20

urination: fever

.....................

very good

5

4

3

2

..................... 1

very bad

18

AUGUST Today is

Sunday

Food

Drinks

19

Week 33

Breakfast:

adequate

little

no intake

Lunch:

adequate

little

no intake

Dinner:

adequate

little

no intake

Type:

water

.....................

.....................

noon

evening

emergency

Quantity (ml):

Medicine

morning

WC

defecation:

Sickness

epilepsy

Night sleep

sleep quality:

urination: fever

.....................

very good 62

5

4

3

2

..................... 1

very bad


20

Today is

Monday

Food

Drinks

18

AUGUST

20

Week 34

Breakfast:

adequate

little

no intake

Lunch:

adequate

little

no intake

Dinner:

adequate

little

no intake

Type:

water

.....................

.....................

noon

evening

emergency

Quantity (ml):

Medicine

morning

WC

defecation:

Therapy

physio

speech

occupational

hydro

.....................

.....................

.....................

.....................

Day sleep

yes

note

Night sleep

sleep quality:

Sickness

epilepsy

urination:

very good fever

5

4

3

2

.....................

Message from the school/caregiver:

Message/note from parents/guardian:

63

1

very bad ....................


20

Food

Drinks

18

AUGUST Today is

Tuesday

21

Week 34

Breakfast:

adequate

little

no intake

Lunch:

adequate

little

no intake

Dinner:

adequate

little

no intake

Type:

water

.....................

.....................

noon

evening

emergency

Quantity (ml):

Medicine

morning

WC

defecation:

Therapy

physio

speech

occupational

hydro

.....................

.....................

.....................

.....................

Day sleep

yes

note

Night sleep

sleep quality:

Sickness

epilepsy

urination:

very good fever

5

4

3

2

.....................

Message from the school/caregiver:

Message/note from parents/guardian:

64

1

very bad ....................


20

Today is

Wednesday

Food

Drinks

18

AUGUST

22

Week 34

Breakfast:

adequate

little

no intake

Lunch:

adequate

little

no intake

Dinner:

adequate

little

no intake

Type:

water

.....................

.....................

noon

evening

emergency

Quantity (ml):

Medicine

morning

WC

defecation:

Therapy

physio

speech

occupational

hydro

.....................

.....................

.....................

.....................

Day sleep

yes

note

Night sleep

sleep quality:

Sickness

epilepsy

urination:

very good fever

5

4

3

2

.....................

Message from the school/caregiver:

Message/note from parents/guardian:

65

1

very bad ....................


20

Today is

23

Week 34

Breakfast:

adequate

little

no intake

Lunch:

adequate

little

no intake

Dinner:

adequate

little

no intake

Type:

water

.....................

.....................

noon

evening

emergency

Thursday

Food

Drinks

18

AUGUST

Quantity (ml):

Medicine

morning

WC

defecation:

Therapy

physio

speech

occupational

hydro

.....................

.....................

.....................

.....................

Day sleep

yes

note

Night sleep

sleep quality:

Sickness

epilepsy

urination:

very good fever

5

4

3

2

.....................

Message from the school/caregiver:

Message/note from parents/guardian:

66

1

very bad ....................


20

Today is

Friday

Food

Drinks

18

AUGUST

24

Week 34

Breakfast:

adequate

little

no intake

Lunch:

adequate

little

no intake

Dinner:

adequate

little

no intake

Type:

water

.....................

.....................

noon

evening

emergency

Quantity (ml):

Medicine

morning

WC

defecation:

Therapy

physio

speech

occupational

hydro

.....................

.....................

.....................

.....................

Day sleep

yes

note

Night sleep

sleep quality:

Sickness

epilepsy

urination:

very good fever

5

4

3

2

.....................

Message from the school/caregiver:

Message/note from parents/guardian:

67

1

very bad ....................


20

Today is

Saturday

Food

Drinks

18

AUGUST

25

Week 34

Breakfast:

adequate

little

no intake

Lunch:

adequate

little

no intake

Dinner:

adequate

little

no intake

Type:

water

.....................

.....................

noon

evening

emergency

Quantity (ml):

Medicine

morning

WC

defecation:

Sickness

epilepsy

Night sleep

sleep quality:

20

urination: fever

.....................

very good

5

4

3

2

..................... 1

very bad

18

AUGUST Today is

Sunday

Food

Drinks

26

Week 34

Breakfast:

adequate

little

no intake

Lunch:

adequate

little

no intake

Dinner:

adequate

little

no intake

Type:

water

.....................

.....................

noon

evening

emergency

Quantity (ml):

Medicine

morning

WC

defecation:

Sickness

epilepsy

Night sleep

sleep quality:

urination: fever

.....................

very good 68

5

4

3

2

..................... 1

very bad


20

Today is

Monday

Food

Drinks

18

AUGUST

27

Week 35

Breakfast:

adequate

little

no intake

Lunch:

adequate

little

no intake

Dinner:

adequate

little

no intake

Type:

water

.....................

.....................

noon

evening

emergency

Quantity (ml):

Medicine

morning

WC

defecation:

Therapy

physio

speech

occupational

hydro

.....................

.....................

.....................

.....................

Day sleep

yes

note

Night sleep

sleep quality:

Sickness

epilepsy

urination:

very good fever

5

4

3

2

.....................

Message from the school/caregiver:

Message/note from parents/guardian:

69

1

very bad ....................


20

Food

Drinks

18

AUGUST Today is

Tuesday

28

Week 35

Breakfast:

adequate

little

no intake

Lunch:

adequate

little

no intake

Dinner:

adequate

little

no intake

Type:

water

.....................

.....................

noon

evening

emergency

Quantity (ml):

Medicine

morning

WC

defecation:

Therapy

physio

speech

occupational

hydro

.....................

.....................

.....................

.....................

Day sleep

yes

note

Night sleep

sleep quality:

Sickness

epilepsy

urination:

very good fever

5

4

3

2

.....................

Message from the school/caregiver:

Message/note from parents/guardian:

70

1

very bad ....................


20

Today is

Wednesday

Food

Drinks

18

AUGUST

29

Week 35

Breakfast:

adequate

little

no intake

Lunch:

adequate

little

no intake

Dinner:

adequate

little

no intake

Type:

water

.....................

.....................

noon

evening

emergency

Quantity (ml):

Medicine

morning

WC

defecation:

Therapy

physio

speech

occupational

hydro

.....................

.....................

.....................

.....................

Day sleep

yes

note

Night sleep

sleep quality:

Sickness

epilepsy

urination:

very good fever

5

4

3

2

.....................

Message from the school/caregiver:

Message/note from parents/guardian:

71

1

very bad ....................


20

Today is

30

Week 35

Breakfast:

adequate

little

no intake

Lunch:

adequate

little

no intake

Dinner:

adequate

little

no intake

Type:

water

.....................

.....................

noon

evening

emergency

Thursday

Food

Drinks

18

AUGUST

Quantity (ml):

Medicine

morning

WC

defecation:

Therapy

physio

speech

occupational

hydro

.....................

.....................

.....................

.....................

Day sleep

yes

note

Night sleep

sleep quality:

Sickness

epilepsy

urination:

very good fever

5

4

3

2

.....................

Message from the school/caregiver:

Message/note from parents/guardian:

72

1

very bad ....................


20

18

AUGUST Today is

Friday

Food

Drinks

31

Week 35

Breakfast:

adequate

little

no intake

Lunch:

adequate

little

no intake

Dinner:

adequate

little

no intake

Type:

water

.....................

.....................

noon

evening

emergency

Quantity (ml):

Medicine

morning

WC

defecation:

Therapy

physio

speech

occupational

hydro

.....................

.....................

.....................

.....................

Day sleep

yes

note

Night sleep

sleep quality:

Sickness

epilepsy

urination:

very good fever

5

4

3

2

.....................

Message from the school/caregiver:

Message/note from parents/guardian:

73

1

very bad ....................


September 2018-July 2019 can be found in the main document (this version is created to show the overview of the journal)


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