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When a case has been detected at your school, the best course of action is to immediately check every student in the class. Send an informational letter home to notify the parents that a child has lice and give them tips on how to prevent their child from getting lice. Have an age appropriate quick lesson on lice with the students. Informing children of what they can do to prevent themselves from getting lice, and working with parents to check students on a regular basis will empower the school, parents and students to work as a team to limit the head lice crisis.

Head lice is spread 99% of the time through head to head contact and the classroom itself is not the problem. Excessive cleaning, or use of pesticides is both a waste of time and resources for the school. Although head lice will not infest the classroom, regular vacuuming will help calm the fears of parents and faculty.

In the classroom, have individual seating in the book nook area and limit activities that put children in to very close contact. Encourage girls to wear their hair up in buns, braids or ponytails. Do not have hair brushes or hair accessories available to students in the classroom as these can spread head lice. Perform regular head checks after school breaks to ensure all students continue to be lice free.

Students, parents, and faculty should also all understand that lice is no big deal. Lice can affect anyone regardless of hair type, socioeconomic background, and level of cleanliness. Lice can also affect any school regardless of what policies they may have in place, and an outbreak can strike at any time even when everyone is working together to prevent it.

Our motto here at Head Hunters is “Do Not Stop the Life Because of Lice” therefore; do not shut down the school when dealing with a head lice epidemic. Instead be proactive to safeguard against the spread of lice.

If you have any other questions or concerns please feel free to contact Head Hunters at (678)240-0042. Visit our website at headlicespecialist.com or Naturalliceproducts.com to learn more about our head lice or treatment and preventative products.
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Mom claims she spent $2,000 treating her daughter for head lice…. This would not have happened if this mother came to Head Hunters! A newspaper recently reported that a mother spent $2,000 in one year treating her daughter for head lice. After an infestation is removed it is important for parents to be proactive in preventing a future case of head lice. While clients are in our facility, their highly trained technician will give them a full educational dialogue on how to handle head lice now and in the future.

We cannot verify the statements in this article and there are many factors in play:

Was the original source of exposure identified?
Was the entire family checked and treated?
Were proactive and preventative measures used after the treatment?
If the answer was “NO” to any of these questions then the family was at risk to deal with head lice over and over. Head lice does NOT come from the school and it is not the schools fault that children get head lice. Head lice is in the schools simply because the children bring it to that environment. Parents need to protect their children from getting head lice. Schools can also take proactive steps to help control head lice:

Encourage girls to wear their hair in buns, braids and ponytails
Place coats inside book bags on individual hangers
Have individual seating in the book nook area
Send lice letters home when a case of head lice has been identified
Regularly check students for head lice
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Mom claims she spent $2,000 treating her daughter for head lice…. This would not have happened if this mother came to Head Hunters! A newspaper recently reported that a mother spent $2,000 in one year treating her daughter for head lice. After an infestation is removed it is important for parents to be proactive in preventing a future case of head lice. While clients are in our facility, their highly trained technician will give them a full educational dialogue on how to handle head lice now and in the future.

We cannot verify the statements in this article and there are many factors in play:

Was the original source of exposure identified?
Was the entire family checked and treated?
Were proactive and preventative measures used after the treatment?
If the answer was “NO” to any of these questions then the family was at risk to deal with head lice over and over. Head lice does NOT come from the school and it is not the schools fault that children get head lice. Head lice is in the schools simply because the children bring it to that environment. Parents need to protect their children from getting head lice. Schools can also take proactive steps to help control head lice:

Encourage girls to wear their hair in buns, braids and ponytails
Place coats inside book bags on individual hangers
Have individual seating in the book nook area
Send lice letters home when a case of head lice has been identified
Regularly check students for head lice
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When you realize that you or someone in your family has head lice you may begin to wonder how or why did you contract lice. Even though the situation is already stressful, having head lice can be a frustrating, time consuming and expensive ordeal, you may begin to worry about what others will think about your personal and household hygiene. But why? Head lice infestations are very common among children and adults alike. Where does this social stigma come from? After all, lice have been a fact of life as long as humans have been around.

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Head Hunters will be open for normal business hours tomorrow at our Roswell location, but both locations will be closed on Monday, December 25th. Merry Christmas!
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Head Hunters Naturals Products are proudly made in the USA! We mix, bottle, label, and ship our products on-site in our East-Cobb facility.
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Our Roswell location will re-open tomorrow at 9am and our East Cobb location will re-open Monday at 9am. Happy Turkey day everyone!
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