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shabby
Re: One happy, one so sad
Tue Sep 18, 2007 8:02pm
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No, we are just now coming to the realization that it's not improving. Who do we look for to help? Psychologist? OT? pediatrician?

  • Re: One happy, one so sadHanna, Tue Sep 18 3:45pm
    has your son received a diagnosis of dysgraphia?
    • Re: One happy, one so sad — shabby, Tue Sep 18 8:02pm
      • If it were meHanna, Tue Sep 18 8:23pm
        I would approach the school psychologist. She may be able to evaluate him or even recommend someone. Often schools have OTs on staff or itinerant. In the mean time, get him a fun typing program- my... more
        • Re: If it were meshabby, Wed Sep 19 8:03am
          Thanks! You answered my question before I even had a chance to ask. I will look for type to learn.
          • Glad to help! (nm)Hanna, Wed Sep 19 11:13am
            • Follow upshabby, Thu Sep 27 2:37pm
              The teacher contacted the OT who hasn't responded. We do not have any diagnosis. Can the OT just see a child without a diagnosis or a referral from a special educator? The teacher didn't know the... more
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