In Your Personal Guide to Immunization Exemptions, Grace Girdwain stands up for the little guy and lets him know that he is not alone in his battle against unwanted vaccinations. There is a growing and powerful movement in the the United States of parents who - for religious, medical, or personal reasons - do not wish their children to be vaccinated, especially since the innoculations are still not proven to be 100% safe or effective. Girdwain empowers the reader with page after page of servicable and essential information regarding the proper way to gain releases from required innoculations.
Girdwain begins by explaining an individual's health rights and importance of freedom of choice as it relates to these rights. Readers are provided with sample exemption forms, as well as a listing of the most commonly asked questions (and their answers), DOs and DON'Ts when confronting school officials for the first time, what to do if you are charged as a negligent parent, a discussion of the ever-changing state laws, and many more topics.
Grace Girdwain's Your Personal Guide to Immunization Exemptions is a powerful and invaluable book which answers the toughest questions faced by parents who desire to meet proper compliance with the least amount of resistance to satisfy the state's interest for legal and valid objections.
ABOUT THE AUTHOR
Grace Girdwain took the experience she gained from fifteen years of volunteer work and compiled it to create Your Personal Guide to Immunization Exemptions. She spent those years assisting citizens all over the United States, and her main goal in this book is to enlighten the public of their inherant and valid rights.
Grace was born in Chicago and has lived in Burbank, IL with her husband and four children for the past thirty-two years. She was educated at the American and Chicago Conservatory of Music; the Cartoonists' Exchange in Ohio; DePaul University in Chicago; The American Institute for Paralegal Studies in Illinois; and the International Grapho Analysis Society in Chicago.
Ms. Girdwain is a lifetime member of the Humanitarian Society in Quakertown, PA, and has also been a member of the American Natural Hygiene Society in Chicago. She is listed with the National Vaccine Information Center (DPT) in Virginia and the A.I.M. in New Jersey. She is also a human rights consultant, offering assistance or key contacts to resolve problems that surface.
Contains updated information through 2007.
(1992, paperback, 40 pages)