When your child goes to Kindergarten they will age out of the Developmentally Delayed (DD) criteria of the IEP. My son was classified DD and LI (language impaired) until this school year. I knew what to expect within the process so I started in August and finished in January so that I could only have … Continue reading Keeping an IEP after the Developmentally Delayed (DD) label is dropped when children turn 6.
The Gardiner Scholarship (formerly the PLSA) is newly named to Florida as part of the Step Up for Students Scholarship program. The Gardiner is for special needs students with a medical diagnosis. Recently, I discussed the serious business of the McKay Scholarship. The Gardiner is another excellent choice when looking for appropriate education for a special … Continue reading Need money for services or products…the new Gardiner Scholarship
Most parents notice signs or differences in their child around age 2. The timeline to noticing differences or having concerns about your child's development and getting a diagnosis can take up to 3 years. So, parents have years of trying to find therapists, work with schools and determine what works for their child. It can … Continue reading So you think your child may have autism?