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Allergy Death at School: When Do Morals Override Policy?

7-year-old Ammaria Johnson died after anaphylactic shock while at school. The school did not administer an Epi-Pen (which could have afforded Ammaria life-saving time to get to the hospital).

One of the most shocking things about the allergy death is that the school stated they do have “lifesaving medication” available, but they administer them only “when they have a treatment plan on file”.

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By | 2016-11-20T07:53:43+00:00 January 6th, 2012|Categories: Asthma, Medication, Parenting, School|Tags: , , , , , , , |Comments Off on Allergy Death at School: When Do Morals Override Policy?

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Dr. Stephanie Sarkis is a National Certified Counselor (NCC), Licensed Mental Health Counselor (LMHC), and AMHCA Diplomate and Clinical Specialist in Child and Adolescent Counseling based in Tampa Bay, Florida, where she specializes in the treatment of ADD/ADHD. Dr. Sarkis conducts evaluations, testing, diagnosis, and counseling services. She also is a public speaker, consultant, coach, and is a facilitator in collaborative law.