D1’s IEP expires today. He will go to Resource today, and speech, and then we are done with the public school system. Yesterday I called the pediatrician about the OT Eval. recommendation again, actually for both of my boys this time. His private speech therapist is looking for a second weekly speech slot for him. […]
We are taking the entire month of April off. So far, it has been less productive than I had hoped, but a much-needed break nevertheless. Last night, very late because I am a night owl, I pulled out my notebook, lesson plan for Old Fashioned Education, and all of our non-academic books. I spread out […]
You have to get in his face and be downright mean in order for him to realize something is going on. He stood up for himself against a bully, and he is the one who got in trouble for it. It sickens me and it makes my blood boil to see this written in his records.
School and classroom accommodations, that is. Considering that this is the beginning of the school year, many parents are still in IEP mode… attempting to get their child’s IEP’s set up for the year, and figuring out how the teacher and support staff will implement that IEP. From a homeschooling standpoint, parents just beginning a […]
Question from a reader, about global apraxia: Q. “I am a grandmother whose 2nd grandchild (probably) has verbal apraxia. He is 2 1/2 and the therapist said he was too young to diagnose. He also has mouth issues. He loves to put bark (from flower beds) in his mouth. He is a joy in my life […]