GoVanGogh Posted October 1, 2012 Share Posted October 1, 2012 My DS starts OT tomorrow and I have the option of going back to the room with him or staying in the waiting room. I told DH that I was on the fence. On one hand, I would like to go back, especially the first few times. On the other hand, I think DS might do better w/o me in the room with him. DH said he was on the same fence and was already thinking the same thing, wondering what I would do. DS is almost 11 and has no issues with being separated. However, during the evaluation, he tended to look over at me when unsure of something. (Ex: Therapist asked DS if he wanted to jump on the trampoline during the eval. DS asked me if it was okay. :tongue_smilie: He is timid about doing new things, but normally not to that extent.) OT is for penmanship issues and sensory processing issues, if that matters. I was wondering what others do? :bigear: Thanks! Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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