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January 7th, 2013, 02:47 PM
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See, that is my line of thinking. I would rather hold her back now, before she even begins then have to worry about holding her back after kindergarten. She was born in April so she is already going to be one of the younger in her class, if she was held back one year she really wouldn't be that much older than the other kids. I just really want to get her off on the right foot.

Here is a question for you, since you have some experience with education and special needs... do you know anything about like Montessori-based learning programs or anything like that. I guess I am just terrified she is going to get lost amongst the public school system. Her father is an Occupational Therapist so he has been able to help her with a lot of the physical developmental delays but we are really at a loss as to some ideas to help the mental delays. I know that she isn't technically "disabled" but she does certainly have some special needs, if you know what I mean? I would love your input.
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