my son and his twin sister just had an annual physical. My son was kind of proud to say he's a homeschooler now. The dr's face looked a tad bit alarmed to me. I told him it's going great and is a great fit and he's made amazing progress and the Dr was typing it all furiously into the computer! I kinda wish I hadn't said anything!! This needs to be in his medical record? He kind of went on about how he "supports that and has had patients successfully re-enter public school after a stint at homeschooling."
Whatever. I know I'm doing the right thing.
March 21, 2014 at 5:18 PM
That was an odd reaction...
March 21, 2014 at 5:20 PM
How old is your ds?
That is kinda a weird reaction.
He may not have been typing what you were saying. I wouldn't worry about it being in the medical file. The doctor I worked for used to type everything (ex:abdomen good soft and whatever, throat, ect,ect) the whole exam out while he was talking and then go back and change it if something wasn't fine.
If your really worried ask for a copy of the exam for your records and you'll see if It's in there.
by usmom3March 21, 2014 at 5:48 PM
Good thing his job is to care about your children health & not there education! Dr. should have no opinion about how their patents are educated!
Are you in an area where there's not many homeschoolers? I think the idea of homeschooling & the amount of people doing it is increasing, but he may only know a few families who are doing it.
And our pedi types away like crazy every appointment & my kids aren't even school age yet
Mine types everything too. It was kind of funny because I had to get a copy of all of their medical records when we temporarily moved out of state and one page had a whole paragraph about how my mood seemed fine and I seemed to be adjusting well to a new baby.
March 21, 2014 at 6:19 PM
Oh I know what you mean. Ever since pulling ds out of school, our stress level has gone way down! He's 9 and I have no plans on sending him back either.
ds is 10.
All I can say is our entire family's stress level is practically zero since homeschooling ds. I really don't see him going back to public school ever, but if he really wanted to I'd give it a shot.
yes, Massachusetts, north of Boston. Not many homeschoolers, I don't think.
Generally, people in Mass seem to think the schools are so great and that standardized tests are awesome and we should have more...
Quoting collinsmommy0: Are you in an area where there's not many homeschoolers? I think the idea of homeschooling & the amount of people doing it is increasing, but he may only know a few families who are doing it. And our pedi types away like crazy every appointment & my kids aren't even school age yet