Guest mominprogress Posted November 15, 2011 Share Posted November 15, 2011 I'm new and so grateful for your comments thus far. THANK YOU! We have been trying to help our daughter with her sensory processing issues for about 3 months now. It is going ok but we decided we needed a little more help. We were referred to a psychologist to do an assessment for the whole autism spectrum to see where she needed a little more help. The wait list is 5 months and the cost is $2,000.00 (not covered by insurance). I really feel like we need to do this but we just don't have that kind of money. Has anyone had this done before? If so, where? (I'm in UT.) How do you help your children with their sensory issues? I am so discouraged and my husband is out of town a lot. I feel like I need to make some sort of decision and then approach him, rather than say "What should we do?" because his response will be, " You're home with her and know her better. I trust your judgement." I just don't trust my own judgement right now. This is all so new to me. Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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