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January 13, 2012

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carol anderson

You are doing all the right things with him. I see some of this at school, also, but, also, more ability to.do some things you don't see. He was avidly participating in a story I read today and focused well. He drew that great picture you saw. He played, mostly successfully, with the new marble game. We will work on whatever they tell us together!

Stacy

You tell them everything you said here.
For what's its worth: I, too, was scared Noah wouldn't get a diagnosis... Way back when. I know now that any good professional will see the whole picture and take it all into consideration. But please, tell them everything. The fine motor issues, the sensory seeking bEhavior (jumping off stairs, rubbing your skin), that's also 'problems/inability to self soothe and or regulate', the short attention span, problems initiating appropriate play/interaction w/ peers.
I'm proud of you for doing this for him. He needs some help and it's coming soon. You won't regret this, I promise. Be strong and let me know of/when u need a chat or a listen. Where are you gettig the eval? MSG me....

jodifur

You tell them all of that and they connect the dots. And if you don't get the answers you want you keep going. I am a firm believer in mothers intuition. If you always thought something was "off," you were probably right.

I'm here if you want to talk.

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