momsuz123 Posted December 17, 2011 Share Posted December 17, 2011 So, the neuropsych "jerk" was better, he was actually nice. DD has no memory issues, etc. SLP picked up definitive problems with language, phonemes, etc. Early warning signs also of dyslexia and maybe a mild APD (although they said in her case it would be "little apd".) They said she does a good job of hiding it, smiling cute, etc. Comes across as a shy child, when actually not understanding the "language" of all conversation. They want me to look into LiPS. I don't have that in my area, but how do I go about buying it or even knowing what of it to buy. I am doing AAS with her right now, but I get the feeling they want much more phoneme work. Any thoughts, advice, ideas would be helpful? I am new at this area. They want me to have her work with a SLP that specializes in the language aspect of things (the one we saw does), and get her into a reading program with a specialist. That I have to look into still. By the way, she is reading at grade level right now, so not "behind" yet. But definitely not comprehending what she is reading, at all. Although, since she is trying to memorize her way through reading, they feel this will catch up with her eventually and cause a lot of trouble. They emphasized how happy they are we/they caught this "early". In ps, they just blew everything off on her ear problems. But they said there is now way her test results can be "blown off" due to ear infections, etc. Kind of feel some relief that she can get some help, and soon, and not be lost in this world so much. Kind of feel a little overwhelmed too. Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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