Forum: Children with Developmental Delays and Disorders
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It didn't go how I had imagined it would. I guess things were just left in the air, which makes me so uncomfortable. We will go into summer with NO idea who will be working with Autumn as an aide next year. With her anxiety.... the first day is going to be brutal. It took her 2 months to finally be able to work in first grade because of this. I sure hope they work something out and let us know before we go back, that was the plan laid out by the principal, I just don't see it really happening. I guess we will see..
So here is her therapy list:
Screening for A.P.E. next year
They took Speech, she was excelling and met all of her goals
OT 30mins 1x/week
Vision Therapy 1hr 1x/week
Six hour 1:1 Aide (not sure who, or how)
Replacement Math 1hr 4x/week
More time/ less work
Verbal answers depending on the pace of instruction
Tracing rather than writing determined by the pace of the class
Homework discretion by Mom
I am really nervous, and not sure how second grade will shape up...
I'm so sorry it didn't go as planned Tricia. (((Hugs))) I would keep fighting until they do what they are supposed to. Take it to the principal or higher if you have to. Write letters (make sure you keep a copy) and call until they give you what Autumn needs to be successful in school next year. Alex is the same way when it comes to knowing what is gonna happen and it is torture for them when they don't know what to expect and when we can't give them any answers.