People tell me my son talks too much and is annoying. I am just surrounded by people who keep telling me I need to spank him more, or that I need more structure, more discipline, to do this or that better with him. They just DON’T UNDERSTAND MY SON.” I had noticed her, as […]
The boy. cannot. sit. down. He attended a special K-I program when he was in kindergarten, and his teacher said he was like a fart in a frying pan. I knew what she meant, and I wasn’t offended. He gets an idea and *POOF* he’s gone to go do what ever it is that he […]
Do you have a child with sensory dysfunction? I do! My son is constantly seeking sensory input, and it can make homeschooling a bit of a challenge. I have a guest post today over at Sunflower Schoolhouse, where I talk about how to work with this ever-present facet of homeschooling your special needs child.
D1 is 9 now. “Nine and a HALF”, as he would correct me. He had his annual OT Evaluation last Monday, and we got good news! His OT has discharged him from individual OT again, for a while.
D1 is in his final two weeks of Speech/OT “Social Group”. He’s been going for 45 minutes each Friday. He has been approved to start full OT again, and the OT and SLP are going to change things up once school starts. There is another boy in his group, a year younger, whom he gets […]