Just turned 8, he has light sensitivity when sedentary, pronoun and verb confusion orally, major letter reversal writing "b" "d" "p" -hears phonics wrong when trying to spell, reading just at 1rst grade level but prone to overload and frequent anxiety and whining tantrums to cope with the stress of homework at home. Socially accepted ok on the block so far but very trusting and naive he reqires lots of hugs and affirmation before proceeding with things. Caesin (moderate to high) sensitive and low gluten sensitivity, slight to moderate speech therapy issue school is working on. Routine is very key to him and he freaks if it changes. Deviations need to be officially announced in order like the errands we will go on. Reverts to playing with dinosaurs-lining them up-when his day has been trying. Grade level or better in math. Socially stunted but still very functional for now. Low self image. Left eye problem needs to patch right one daily-not at school. Any suggestions????? I don't want him to fall through the cracks. He's my sonReply Follow This Thread Stop Following This Thread Flag this Discussion
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