My 6 year old stepson's teacher told me today that she thinks he may have sensory hyposensitivity disorder. I came home and read up on it and I'm really not convinced. Apparently he had a rough day at school today - couldn't seem to keep his hands to himself, etc... Now and then he has days like this but it hasn't been a consistant issue - she told me just yesterday that he was having a great week and suddenly today she thinks he needs to see a therapist for this disorder?!
We were warned at the beginning of the year that this teacher is really strict and that our "spirited" child may have issues in her class. We decided that we didn't have an issue with a strict teacher, but he seems to be in trouble a lot at school and when he tells us what for, it seems like overreaction...talking too much, bugging other kids while in line, running in the classroom, etc... Wouldn't we notice this behavior at home if it were a real issue?
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