We had an Early Childhood Assessment done a month or so ago and they recommended moving forward just due to the social interaction we were concerned with.. At the time of the assessment he was at a daycare center which he was NOT doing well in, he couldn't progress to the levels he needed to at 2-1/2 and begged not to go and never interacted with other kids.. he seemed to get easily upset and almost unhappy in a daily manner.. I found a new daycare provider in home and so far he has changed SO dramatically, however I talked to her about the assessment and she agrees that going ahead with the early childhood program would benefit him as she has noticed many "autistic" behaviors such as lack of social skills with children, heads towards adults, troubles sharing, craves routine but to a certain degree, is that normal kid things also? Or not? I am having a hard time getting my husband to see it as beneficial..now I start wondering
Answer by mom2aspclboy at 1:18 PM on Nov. 10, 2010
Answer by raisingmen at 1:19 PM on Nov. 10, 2010
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