So Aidan is taking his adaptive living skills lessons VERY seriously, as I found out today when he walked with me to pick up some items. He now stops at the end of every driveway, parking lot, street without being told and exclaims “That way and THIS way!” even if there are no visible cars … Continue reading
Monthly Archives: April 2013
Walking to the bus (the day after the IEP)
I had a kind of a sad night. If you’ve read Ken Moses and the cyclical nature of grief of parents of kids with disabilities, you get it. (If you haven’t, I’m not sure we can be friends.) Aidan’s IEP was actually just fine (come on, I do this for a living!). I met his dad at his … Continue reading
Aidan’s IEP is tomorrow and am I prepared? Nope.
Well I am not prepared enough for ME, I should say. Poor Aidan. I’ve been working on client IEPs the last few weeks and lo and behold! It’s his IEP today–one to discuss some testing, etc., not his annual. Oops. (Let’s see, I have a list of requests sent to the teachers, admins, and everyone … Continue reading