You know that the school year will get off to a good start when...
You tell your school-district team leader the name of your autism-therapy senior therapist, and her face lights up, and she says something to the effect of, "Oh good, we've worked together before, she does a great job and she runs her meetings so well too."
you tell your autism-therapy senior therapist the name of your school-district team leader, and her face lights up, and she says something to the effect of, "Oh good, we've worked together before, she's great to work with and has such good ideas."
The world needs more of that kind of light!
We are finally getting closer to having a full schedule with Joy's intensive autism therapy, plus this was the first week for her of seeing all three of her school district therapists, who work on an itinerant basis, coming to work with her at home and daycare. Joy's pushing back a little bit about all those hours spent with adults bugging her to be interactive and DO things, I think, but I'm hoping that she'll get used to the full schedule before too long.
Meanwhile, one more thing that's making my face light up -- since September 1, we've been on another string without knock-down seizures. Target date for month-a-versary party: October 1. We shall see.