Meet – this is Yaroslav, my eldest son. Here he is two years old.
I’ll tell you about how we made out in the garden.
As we slipped into the manger for the first time, I don’t really remember, it was before September 1, it seems we just didn’t notice. BUT, here came the long-awaited transfer to kindergarten – a development center, with a pool, speech therapy, and a bunch of other bonuses, and then we got a ride what is called in full.
The first day
When we, all so proud and joyful, came to put the last seal in the DShO cabinet, I was told that the seal did not shine for me.
They demanded that I make my son manta. Or provide X-rays of the whole family, including grandparents and newborns. Or a certificate from the TB dispensary that my child is not sick with tuberculosis, which, by the way, is issued on the basis of the same mantle or fluorography.
To my remark that such a demand is illegal, they look at me with surprised eyes, and declare that we are dysfunctional, again without vaccinations, which means that we do not deserve polite treatment.
It’s good that I took care to find and print out the lawful refusal of anti-tuberculosis care with quotes from laws
where it is written clearly that I have the right to refuse both manta, and fluorography, and a visit to the TB doctor, unless the pediatrician reveals clinical signs of tuberculosis.
The doctor read for a long time, on every second line she tried to object something, but I asked her to read the answer to her question just below, there are four pages.
As a result, there was essentially nothing to argue about, but she still sent us home, saying that the refusal was not personal, there was no name of the head of the clinic.
The next day, slightly correcting the refusal, and after sitting in the forums evening, we still stormed the clinic, though I was shoved with an interesting piece of paper, where it was written that I pledge not to bring my child to the group if someone is injected into the group live polio vaccine.
But we talked a little bit, this time verbally, that the laws should be read carefully, and that it was not me who was obliged not to bring, but the kindergarten was obliged to give my child a place in another group for this period.
After making sure that I know my rights remarkably, we were released to the kindergarten, where there were no questions or problems with the lack of vaccinations, and there are still no.