Re: Thoughts on a child who is not Autistic going to an Autism Center?
That was my first thought. But, if somehow you are able to qualify for it then I would go with it and not feel bad. I'm so insanely jealous I live in too rural of an area to have an autism center. I think something like that would be ideal for my yds.
Originally Posted by Numommy
Oddly enough, one of my concerns was with it upsetting the parents of the children who have a diagnosis. Those that perhaps had to wait to get into this classroom, and because of the right things lining up, us being able to get in.
I've found developmental peds to often be the most helpful in distinguishing the type of asd/spd
Suzi, working mama to my ODS(2004),
and married to the love of my life