PuddleJumper1 Posted October 27, 2012 Share Posted October 27, 2012 (edited) This is in the newest report from Ed-Psy. Ds will be 11 in a few months. He has a long list of diagnoses which include sensory issues, motor planning and fine motor delays. Dh and I are not ready to throw in the towel on writing yet (Actually what hubby said was "What do they know?" ;)). His history has been one of very slow but increased progress. No one thought he'd walk but he did at almost 4. No one thought he'd talk but in just the last 6 months I've become "mamama" and dh is "dadada" and he calls one of his therapists "mememe" for Megan. He is kid that must be dealt with out of the box. Fine motor-wise some of things he can do: string small beads, do wooden peg puzzles, stack blocks, coins in a bank, buttons open and closed(emergent skill). He can make vertical and horizontal lines - they are not pretty but he can do it with verbal cues when he wants to. He does know the letters of his name - he can pick out the foam or wooden letters when asked. So we're not conceeding defeat - we just can't. You ladies have a wealth of information under your belts so give me your best ideas :001_smile: Nothing is too out of the ordinary for us. We practically have an entire OT/Preschool room here so we've got just about everything at our disposal. Thanks Edited October 27, 2012 by StillLearning Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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