Hello everyone! I've pretty much decided I'm not going to vaccinate my son anymore. He hasn't had any since 6 months, so its been 3 years. I want to homeschool him, but I am still undecided so I have started looking into exemptions. I am currently in tennessee, but may end up in georgia or florida before my son starts school. We have no "medical" reasons, so I'm looking into a religious exemption. Only thing is, I'm not religious. We are in no way affiliated with a church of any kind. Would it still be possible to claim a religious exemption? Can they deny you? What happens then? How hard is it to be approved for an exemption. Should I get my ducks in a row well before school, or wait till its time to start?
I do not vaccinate my children at all. Depending on your state you may be allowed religious or personal exemptions. No matter the state you don't really have to have any "religious" reasons, because just about any religion can qualify in one way or another.
I have the map with the exemption info and links on my website: http://sabrinambowen.webs.com/antivaccinemovement.htm From there you should be able to get exemption paperwork and information. If you need any help just message me. You can also *and should* check out the Chooseing Not To Vaccinate Group here on CM. We have all the information there as well.
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