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At home, many hours are spent in skincare routines such as wet wrapping, bleach baths, medicated topical creams, moisturising creams, additional medications, environmental controls, special bedtime clothing, cool compresses, calming and distraction methods when the itch gets too much. In addition to these routines, there are often multiple trips to the GP, specialists and, at times, hospital stays to contend with. What key things can an educator do to help a child with eczema while at school?
Please select all appropriate responses for the scenario below.
It is a hot, humid day. The classroom has no air-conditioning and only one, single speed ceiling fan. Your students return to the classroom after a sport session flushed and sweaty. You notice a student with eczema starting to scratch and look uncomfortable. What do you do?