I work at an elem. school in early childhood this year. We have a little guy who has a nurse accompany him to school since he is vent/trach dependant. I dont know much about medical care, but I wonder if the school is failing him and the other kiddos. (THe nurse is hired by mom, not school worker) What sorts of "protection" should be in place in the classroom? We do not have hazardous waste bags for his diapers. They go in his own garbage, but this garbage is open and on ground level. Other kiddos could gain access. His secretions are wiped using a cotton hand towel, not disposible. He had blood on a towel the other day, and we had to ask his nurse to change to a new one. His towel is often quite wet, and they use it to wipe his eyes and mouth! What should the school be enforcing as far as protocol? I want the best protection for this little guy, our students and staff as well. Is there a website I could check? any ino would be greatly appreciated!!!