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    • What Happens if I Get Bitten?<br />When the child does not let go with his/her teeth:<br />Push the child’s head closer to you. Do not push the child away; this may cause the skin to tear more. <br />Call over the nearest TA or classroom teacher to help you get the child to release his/her jaw.<br />If the bite breaks the skin:<br />Wash it out with soap and water in the sink by the bathrooms. The soap is really good antibacterial soap.<br />In all cases:<br />If the skin is not broken, wait for a TA to assist you and report the incident. If the skin is broken, call over the nearest TA or classroom teacher so someone can come replace you or assist you immediately.<br />If you are bleeding or swelling, you will be sent to the nurse’s office to get bandaged or to get an ice pack.<br />The child’s parents will be informed of the incident. (The child is probably at more risk than the tutor, because the child may have gotten your blood in his/her mouth).<br />Prevention:<br />If your child attempts to bite you and has not ever done this in the past, inform your TA, the classroom staff, or the classroom teacher so we can watch this behavior. It will also allow us to warn other tutors.<br />If your child is a biter, do your best to ignore the child’s attempts to bite and continue with the procedures. Although this is sometimes difficult (and not always possible), do your best. Typically, the child is biting so he/she can escape the demands that have been placed on him/her. It is also possible the child behaves in this way for the attention resulting from the bite.<br />If another child is bitten/scratched:<br />Let a TA, supervisor, or classroom teacher know as soon as possible<br />