ok so my dd is 4yo and in prek. ours is a full day twice a week. we just had a meeting and they say she is behind and needs some help in speech, and some gross and fine motor skills. because of this she was able to get into the program 4 days a week full days. this is her first week and i was asking her yesterday if anyone has come to visit her (therapist) at school and helped her with jumping or with talking. she says no. well all the therapist wanted to see her 2 to 3 times a week. imo i think they should use the two extra days that she is there to work with her to help catch her up. is this how they do it or is it more of a random times. in my experience in school i had a set schedule from this time to this time everyday in therapy (speech and math) in elementary but as i grew up and move to several school i found other kids that were in the special ed classes that would just sit there and talk mainly and not doing anything as far as school work. i just dont want these to be treated like ok well we are going ot do something but nothing really happens esp because our insurance is paying the school for the therapies.
i have a conference next week with the teacher but i was just wondering what your guys experience was if your child had an iep in prek.
Asked by Anonymous at 2:43 PM on Feb. 9, 2011 in Preschoolers (3-4)
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