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 Nit Picky's in-home head lice removal service is trusted, effective, and 100% guaranteed. Our head lice treatment is a safe and effective way to treat your family for head lice and nits and all that you need is just one treatment with our clinically proven lice and nit removal techniques and all natural and non-toxic products. Save time and money and hire our Nevada mobile lice removal service.


The specialist will come to your home and screen all family members and treat those who need to be treated with our all natural and non-toxic products and the most professional lice treatment process. What sets us apart is that we come directly to you and bring all of the benefits of a lice salon and more. By hiring us to come to you, your family can comfortably go about their daily routines. Plus, parents can focus on laundry, vacuuming, preparing meals or helping the children with homework while the lice specialist takes care of the infestation and removes lice and nits from each individual family members hair. This saves parents time from driving and shuffling the children around and eliminates stress since life is resuming as normal with a Nit Picky Lice Specialist by your side.

Nevada Lice Removal Service Process

STEP 1: CHECK FOR HEAD LICE & NITS

The technician will screen all family member and perform lice and nit removal on anyone with lice and nits. It is ideal for everyone to be available for the screening to ensure the success of the treatment, even those that dye their hair and are not experiencing symptoms. 


STEP 2: LICE/NIT REMOVAL

Our lice removal includes the use of Nit Picky's professional lice and nit removal products. The products are non-toxic and pesticide free. During the treatment process, the technician will comb through the hair with Nit Picky's professional removal process. This process will remove the lice and the nits (lice eggs).


STEP 3: PREVENTION & AFTER CARE

When the treatment is complete the lice technician will provide an after care regimen that ensures 100% success and information how to prevent future infestations. If followed correctly you will never struggle with head lice again. Over the counter lice shampoos, alternative at home treatments and lice heat machines cannot provide the care and prevention techniques provided by a Nit Picky technician.

Guaranteed Professional Lice Removal In Nevada

Nevada Lice Removal Services Includes

  • Affordable Rates
  • 100% Effective Lice & Nit Treatment
  • Pesticide Free, Non Toxic Products
  • Advice On How To Treat The Home  (It's easy)
  • A Prevention Plan To Ensure Lice Stay Away
  • Customer Care & Support​                                                                                 Before, During and After Your Appointment.
                                                                     

Call The Super Lice Experts To Get Rid Of Lice 

Nevada Lice Removal Services
(877) 888-2820

7 Days A Week
Weekend Appointments 
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 Nevada Lice Removal Service Areas:*

Las Vegas

Henderson

Paradise

Summerland


*Based upon availability

Nevada School Head Lice Policy Information

Responsible: Office of Student Services, Department of Student Health Services PURPOSE This administrative describes the process in which Student Health Services supports the inclusion and academic achievement of students with verified cases of head lice, while implementing standard control measures to minimize the spread of head lice and/or nits among students attending school in the Washoe County School District (“District”). PROCEDURE 1. School nursing management of the student with head lice, and support for his/her parent/guardian, will be provided within established parameters of safe, researchbased standards of prevention and control, with the objective of having the student fully participate in all educational and school-sponsored activities to the maximum extent possible. a. Students with identified head lice or nits may ride District transportation, participate in all classroom and educational activities, including field trips, and will not be isolated from their peers. b. Teachers and other school personnel will maintain discretion and confidentiality when dealing with students who have head lice or nits. c. Teachers and other school personnel will be alert to and intervene appropriately in order to prevent bullying of the student with head lice or nits. d. In cases where a student has a chronic and/or persistent case of head lice or nits, the school nurse will contact the parent/guardian directly and provide ongoing support, community referrals, resources, and education regarding treatment and control. 2. The District will implement coordinated efforts to ensure that parents/guardians and other members of the school community have access to factual information regarding the control and prevention of head lice. a. The District will post and maintain a "Healthy Student, Healthy Schools" web site that includes information about head lice and common communicable childhood illnesses. b. Yearly, school principals will collaborate with the school nurse to disseminate the “Yearly Dear Parent Health Letter” (HEA-F1251) to parents/guardians. Administrative Procedure HEA-P1250 Management of Head Lice in Schools Page 2 c. At their discretion, principals may opt to publish the “Yearly Dear Parent Health Letter” in their school newsletters. d. Individual parents/guardians who have further questions regarding head lice or nits will be provided with written information from the Center for Disease Control web site at http://www.cdc.gov/parasites/lice/head/; referred to the school nurse; and encouraged to access the District’s "Healthy Students, Healthy Schools" web site at http://washoeschools.net/domain/514. e. Upon request, the parent/guardian will be provided with a hard copy of the District’s head lice management procedure, “Management of Head Lice in the District,” (HEA-P1250). 3. Head lice transmission control measures will be implemented at all times on all District campuses to discourage the spread of head lice among students. a. Teachers will be vigilant to symptoms of head lice and discreetly refer students with symptoms to the school health office for further assessment. b. Students' personal clothing items such as hats, scarves and jackets should be kept separately on the back of each student's chair, on separate hooks, or in individual storage cubicles. c. Students will be discouraged from sharing personal belongings such as hats, brushes, barrettes or jackets. 4. The school principal will ensure that staff understand and adhere to District policies regarding management of head lice. 5. The school nurse will collaborate with the principal to conduct annual training of elementary school teachers in the symptoms and control of head lice and common transmissible diseases. 6. The principal will ensure that the “Yearly Dear Teacher Letter” (HEA-F1252) is disseminated to all teachers at the beginning of each school year. 7. The school nurse will conduct specific head lice training of the clinical aide at each of his or her assigned schools to include the identification of head lice and nits. 8. Only the school nurse, or a clinical aide trained by the school nurse, may identify or verify the presence of head lice or nits in students. 9. In cases where the school nurse verifies that one or more student(s) has head lice, additional measures will be implemented. a. The school nurse will notify the school principal. Administrative Procedure HEA-P1250 Management of Head Lice in Schools Page 3 b. All parents/guardians of students in the affected classroom(s) will be sent a Connect Ed Message using the “Script for Head Lice Connect Ed Message” (HEA-F1254). c. All parents/guardians in the affected classroom(s) will receive the “Classroom-wide Head Lice Notification” (HEA-F1251). d. The principal and the school nurse will collaborate on more specific control and or cleaning measures, such as additional vacuuming of carpets and furniture, in the affected classroom(s) on a case-by-case basis. i. Use of fumigant sprays, fogs, or chemical applications are prohibited; they are not necessary to control head lice and can be toxic if inhaled or absorbed through the skin (Center for Disease Control and Prevention at http://www.cdc.gov/parasites/lice/head/prevent.html) 10.If at any time, a parent/guardian informs the school that his/her child has head lice or nits, the school nurse or trained clinical aide will conduct a head check on the student in order to verify the presence of head lice/nits and ensure all procedures are followed. a. A sibling(s) of the student, who attends the same school, will also be checked by the school nurse or trained clinical aide. b. After the school nurse or trained clinical aide checks the student and if appropriate, the student’s sibling(s), the parent/guardian will be notified of the results. 11.Any parent/guardian of a student with lice or nits will be given the option of picking the student up from school prior to the end of the school day in order to begin immediate treatment at home. a. If the parent/guardian chooses to pick the student up from school prior to the end of the school day, the school nurse or trained clinical aide will demonstrate the identification of head lice or nits to the parent in the health office or other private location on campus. b. In cases where a parent/guardian is delayed or opts not to pick the student up from school prior to the end of the day, the student will be sent back to class until the parent/guardian arrives or school dismissal. c. The parent/guardian of the student with verified head lice or nits will be given the “Individual Parent Head Lice Notification,” (HEA-F1250) and advised to access the District’s “Healthy Students, Healthy Schools” web site at http://washoeschools.net/domain/514. Administrative Procedure HEA-P1250 Management of Head Lice in Schools Page 4 d. If the parent/guardian requires more information, has additional questions regarding the head lice policy, or needs financial assistance for the purchase of a “nit comb” or anti-lice treatments, the clinical aide will refer the parent/guardian to the school nurse. i. While school personnel may not purchase or distribute anti-lice creams or pharmaceutical products, the school administrator may opt to purchase and provide lice combs to a parent/guardian on a case-by-case basis. 12.The school nurse or trained clinical aide will recheck the student, and the student's sibling(s) if appropriate, when the student returns to school. a. If an examination of the student’s head upon his or her return to school indicates continued infestation with lice and/or nits and the school nurse verifies that there is no evidence of treatment or removal of nits, the student's case will be considered "chronic. b. A student whom the school nurse identifies as chronic will be more closely monitored by the school nurse and the school nurse will contact the parent/guardian to provide more focused support. i. The school nurse will refer to (HEA-F1255), “Checklist for Assisting Students with Chronic Head Lice,” to determine whether there are social, financial or other barriers that are preventing the successful resolution of the chronic case of head lice and/or nits. ii. In addressing any barriers that may be present, the school nurse will collaborate with other members of the Multi-Tiered System of Supports (MTSS) team to ensure that all resources at the school level are utilized. iii. If all efforts at the school level have been exhausted and are unsuccessful in resolving the chronic case of head lice and/or nits, then the Multi-Tiered System of Supports (MTSS) team will refer the parent/guardian to community resources such as The Family Resource Center, The Children’s Cabinet, or other appropriate agencies. iv. If all of the above measures are unsuccessful, and the school administration determines that the student’s chronic case of head lice and/or nits has an impact on the student’s attendance, then the student may be referred to the District’s Truancy Intervention Department. Administrative Procedure HEA-P1250 Management of Head Lice in Schools Page 5 v. Child Protective Services (CPS) will only be notified if, in addition to head lice infestation, the school nurse or other school employee suspects that the student is the victim of neglect or abuse.
Resource Website: https://www.dshs.texas.gov/schoolhealth/lice.shtm
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