I should definitely call them back and get on the cancellation list. I'll do that today.
I have an iPad so I'll look up that app. Thanks for the tip! I'm willing to do whatever I can.
I spoke to the speech place and they've put us on the list so we'll hopefully get an appointment soon after the hearing test if we need it. They also suggested I look up Hanen in the meantime and try a few things at home to see if it helps. The lady I spoke to was super helpful and reassuring.
Thanks for all your tips!
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02-09-2015 20:09 #24
So DS sort of waved today! He had his hand up in the air so I started waving at him and he closed and opened his hand! I'll take that, close enough!
He's been unwell again for a few days so I took him to the GP and she thinks he may have another ear infection. She said his ear drums look cloudy and like there's a bit of fluid behind them. She's keen to hear the results of his hearing test and our paed's recommendations from there. So lucky to have great Drs looking after us.
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14-09-2015 16:06 #25
Would you worry?
Hearing test done (we were able to get an earlier appointment via our Dr). It took quite a while and DS got over it before they could finish, but it looks like his hearing is fine. Sounds weird but now I'm even more worried. I hate not having concrete answers for his delay, and I'm becoming more and more concerned about what could be going on.
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14-09-2015 17:16 #26
Would you worry?
It doesn't sound weird at all. Totally understandable! What's the next step towards a diagnosis / treatment?
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14-09-2015 17:41 #27
Still pointing, clapping, and waving like a madwoman but not much progress yet.
14-09-2015 18:38 #28
I don't think that sounds weird at all. When we don't have answers and plans for problems it makes it even harder not to worry.
Sounds good your next steps though.
15-09-2015 18:37 #29
So we're booked in for speech therapy - first assessment in less than 2 weeks! They were so accommodating and made sure we got paired with a therapist that specializes in this age group. She also has a special interest in feeding issues and they thought that might be a good fit given DSs history.
Really looking forward to getting started. I hope it helps.
30-09-2015 08:50 #30
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