Hi...that is a tough one bcuz as ur chiari may change it can change ur abilities...u get her to understand that...u sink ur chances of keeping the job.
Are u full time?...Do u have FMLA/sick time available?
U can look into the ADA ( Americans with Disabilities Act) for more info on how u can protest urself and ur job b4 u talk to ur employer.
I will look into that. Thank you
My job is a lot more flexible when it comes to time so this may not help you, but I'll try. I just basically always promised to make up my time on evenings & weekends. As long as the work got done, no one was too concerned. They were more concerned about my health.
Obviously being a teacher makes it more difficult...can't ask your kids to come to class on a Saturday. Most dr offices will try to accommodate you very early in the morning or later in the evening if you ask.
Are you able to work with a substitute teacher to have him/her regularly cover your absences and get him/her more familiar with your subject(s) and students than a sub normally would be? Just throwing it out there...I have no idea how it works. I think bosses are more understanding and have more respect for you if you come up with possible solutions.