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... Hello, I have spastic hemiplegia cerebral palsy. I'm a freshman in college and I went to public school my whole life. I think that public school was very accomidating to the things that I required. ... (15 replies)
... also affected more on the left side, so it is like triplegia. He is now 4 and he goes to special education preschool. We recently moved, so he is now in a new school district. He is receiving O.T., Speech, and P.T. once a week from his school. ... (15 replies)
... I was just reading through the post and would like to share. My daughter is now turning 12 and has been in public school since she was 3 (special ed pre school) She was born at 27 weeks, and when she was 10 months old we were told based on MRI she would never walk talk or do anything, she has PVL. We had her in aggressive therapy from the begining and she walked by herself... (15 replies)

... I'll admit, I've been trying to do my homework. At the current time, my sweet boy goes to a private pre school tied in with his therapy. ... (15 replies)
... they like. They have to follow the accessibility codes for their buildings, but do not have to provide special services. While you might find a wonderful private school that is willing to take on your child's special needs, they are not obligated to do so. ... (15 replies)
... e very little force in private schools and cannot be enforced unless you're interested in pursuing civil action. This year, we placed our son in the public high school and have a fully developed IEP for him. ... (15 replies)
... but I have done a lot of combing around to find an absolute gem of a public school. They are a specially coded pi school and have approx 850 students of which 70 are special needs, mostly pi. They have a strong therapy team and have a great attitude towards inclusive schooling. ... (15 replies)
... rovide services, including PT, OT and speech. You may have to take him to wherever they are giving the services. I had good luck with putting my son in private school in high school and wish I had done so when he was younger. ... (15 replies)
... Anyone in their school band? ... (5 replies)
... We decided to send our 6 yo with mild CP to private school 3 years ago mainly because of the small class sizes and the personal attention. ... (15 replies)
... It isn't easy for any school to find subs for any purpose, I have found. I am an elementary school teacher, and there have been days where I have needed a sub and no sub was found. ... (4 replies)
... I'm so glad to hear about your positive public school experience. Thanks for sharing. ... (15 replies)
... I like the idea of public schools because of the PT services the school provides for special needs and because there would be a larger and thus more diverse group of kids for Noah to learn from and be friends with. ... (15 replies)
... she's right spastic hemi cp. She has had two heel cord surgeries. The head PT at the school HATES it that we put so much faith in our surgeon and don't let him call all the shots. We've bumped heads since my daughter was 5. ... (7 replies)
... You are lucky to have such a great aide to begin with, my last couple years of high school my aide decided she didn't want to be bothered with helping me anymore. ... (4 replies)
... I'm in high school and have a full-time aide who's great. The problem is that we have a hard time finding subs for her to work with me. The only sub we have is my mom (she's the greatest and the only reliable one who helps me like there supposed to). The problem is she may not be able to do it anymore depending on her job situation (she works for the school system) and this... (4 replies)
... We have decided to send our boys to a public school this fall. They seem very interested in helping Noah with his special needs. ... (15 replies)
... Hi, Our son is relocating to Florida, having spent most of his life in Michigan. We are wondering what we should look for in choosing a school. Does anyone know of any schools in the Tampa Bay Area that are especially versed in teaching kids with CP? Any special education programs that are better than others? Also, we are interested in knowing parents of children with... (0 replies)
... I've been kicked out of PT many times... though I never had it at school. I definitely agree about the walking aides and socalization. My parents won't hlep pay for a wheelchair and it freaking sucks. I either can't go to or enjoy concerts, theme parks, malls... basically anything that involves lots of standing or walking. (7 replies)
... Thankfully they haven't taken me out of PT yet. Everybody seems to get that PT is actually-oh my gosh-IMPORTANT to keep my muscles stretched out! What a novel concept! I am afraid, however, that they might try and take me out of Resource Room. I have a resource room that I use for finishing tests because I get extra time. If they took away my resource room, when would I... (7 replies)




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