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March 26th, 2010, 12:26 PM
luv2read2kids luv2read2kids is offline
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My son is 8. He had significant speech delay recognized after he turned 2. There were probably other delays or signs, but I was not in a hurry to get referrals. Sometimes I wonder "what if", but you can't do that. You must focus on what you will do tomorrow. Today Steven is in a small mild autism classroom. His speech is much improved, but he has a whole basket full of quirks. The school somehow dropped the ball to get psych testing done when he was 6, so I found private testing when he was 7 to get the mild autism diagnosis. I still feel that the school is not doing everything they can to address his reading delays, but that is another story.

Hang in there and truly focus on tomorrow!
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