I just re read your last post, maybe a different centre? It doesn't sound like they are accomodating to his needs. My son had a lot of issues with daycare; it's hard to know what to do.
No they aren't really. They are really the only centre that will take him. Every other centre doesn't want him. Whilst they can't say no I dont want to send him somewhere he isnt welcome. I just wish they would pick there act up. I know they have one other child attending there that is special needs(is in the same Kindy class as my DS), but Im unsure what his specific needs etc are, and if the daycare is actually putting more effort in with him or not. I would hate to take him out, and as I said, putting him somewhere else will be a big routine killer and most prob make him regress, esp with toileting.
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