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My kids on meds in college

Laxmama24Laxmama24 19 replies10 threads Junior Member
My younger kid takes anti-anxiety meds. Does she have to give those meds to the college health service? My neighbor's kid takes an ADHD med but just keeps it in her room and does not involve the student health service. Is that OK?
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  • TomSrOfBostonTomSrOfBoston 15981 replies1068 threads Senior Member
    Student Health Service at a college is not the school nurse. It is assumed that the student is responsible to take her medications without supervision.
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