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    I'm see a child psych soon.
    I'm not sure what the assessment will be / reveal.
    Hopefully we get some good strategies.

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    Good luck, hope it helps.

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    So I've booked a psych app and OT appointment. Days have been up and down. Yesterday was a "not so good day".

    Anyway Ds said that today a man was with him in the class and yard to watch him and see that he does not hurt anyone.
    I find this odd!
    Could that have been the school psych??
    Is that allowed??

    Ds seemed really happy about it, like it helped him to be better.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 2BlueBirds View Post
    So I've booked a psych app and OT appointment. Days have been up and down. Yesterday was a "not so good day".

    Anyway Ds said that today a man was with him in the class and yard to watch him and see that he does not hurt anyone.
    I find this odd!
    Could that have been the school psych??
    Is that allowed??

    Ds seemed really happy about it, like it helped him to be better.
    I guess it could be the school counsellor? I initiated involvement at our school so i'm not sure if they need to seek permission otherwise?
    Could it have been an aide? I know at DS's old school the aides would sometimes provide extra supervision at lunch time.


 

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