Leaving school early

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The school year has just begun and already the schedule is getting a bit crazy. Tuesday’s and Wednesday’s,  we have to pick the boys up from school 30 minutes early.

We then have to race to get 2 of the 3 boys to speech and occupational therapy. 

I hate that we have to pull the kids out early, in order to get her to therapy.  I especially dislike having to pull them out on their first day back. 🙁

However, at least their able to go to ther. apy and the school is working with us.. It could always be worse. 

This was posted via WordPress for Android, courtesy of Samsung’s Galaxy S III. Please forgive any typos. I do know how to spell but auto-correct hate me.

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When my 5 children were little, I spent all my time on the road.  The youngest child had therapy of one kind or another every day of the week from the time he was 9 months old (it took that long to get a diagnosis of cerebral palsy).  His sessions were all scheduled in the morning and the youngest girl had to ride along.  Then the oldest girl had therapy in the afternoon before school let out, so I would drive across town to her school (20 minutes to get there if the drawbridge gods were with me and 15… Read more »


hello, can i ask you a question, i have 4 years son, he speaks only words, not sentences. can you tell me which therapy helps you most? 🙂


 @tikotik30354578 Speech therapy is likely the way to go. But also working with him on a daily basis and using good conversation skill when speaking to him. Let me know if there is anything else I can do. I’m here to help and it’s never a bother 🙂