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lolajessup 3 kids; 1 angel baby; Beaverton, Michigan 44070 posts
11th Aug '12

<blockquote><b>Quoting *J*:</b>" Ive met the teacher and she really is a nice woman but there are a lot of kids and a lot can go unnoticed. ... [snip!] ... out. So some adult on the playground isnt even going to know why she's upset to help her. Makes me really sad to think about."</blockquote>



Just make sure the school staff understand this.

Nut ღ Meg Beverly Hills, CA, United States 40239 posts
11th Aug '12

Does she or will she have an IEP set up?



DD had an IEP in pre-k and will continue to have one in Kindergarten... it is for speech along with SID and social issues.



I cannot relate completely, but when you meet with her teacher maybe just let her know your concerns. I've had nothing but good experiences with my school district. I hope you have a good experience, too!

*J* 50 kids; 14412 posts
11th Aug '12
Quoting CuteExplodenKitties:" That's horrible! Their parents didn't do anything to stop them? My son was actually the bully at school ... [snip!] ... tendencies. His bad days way outnumbered his good thankfully this new medicine is helping so he may have a normal year."


The moms had no control over the boys. They said quit throwing toys so the boy stood up and threw a toy while watching her so she looked down at her phone and pretended not to notice. It was sooo f**king stupid. So i got into the wading pool in my clothes and confronted the little shits and told them to stop. im sure the moms noticed but were too busy playing on their phones and talking to each other.



I'm glad that you have found a way to help your son. Faith is on meds for adhd and ive seen the kind of difference it can make. Its amazing the kind of awesome kid you can have when their disabilities arent in the way as much!

*J* 50 kids; 14412 posts
11th Aug '12
Quoting Meg ♥:" Does she or will she have an IEP set up? DD had an IEP in pre-k and will continue to have one in Kindergarten... ... [snip!] ... her know your concerns. I've had nothing but good experiences with my school district. I hope you have a good experience, too!"


Yeah she does. She's already in the school system because the prek she goes to is run by the county. We have a great team im just so afraid that she will get looked over in school even tho i know thats likely not the case.

cuteexplodenkitties 3 kids; Somewhere, MD, United States 1291 posts
11th Aug '12
Quoting *J*:" The moms had no control over the boys. They said quit throwing toys so the boy stood up and threw a ... [snip!] ... of difference it can make. Its amazing the kind of awesome kid you can have when their disabilities arent in the way as much!"


They shouldn't take their kids places to have fun if they can't behave. I would have snatched mine out of the pool and took them home.



The tested the ADHD meds on DS since ADHD and Bipolar disorder look similar in kids. I had a manic child on crack he had to much energy , he did clen his room and the living room in like 10 minutes though.

*J* 50 kids; 14412 posts
11th Aug '12

<blockquote><b>Quoting Meg ♥:</b>" Does she or will she have an IEP set up? DD had an IEP in pre-k and will continue to have one in Kindergarten... ... [snip!] ... her know your concerns. I've had nothing but good experiences with my school district. I hope you have a good experience, too!"</blockquote>




She currently has an ifsp but she'll end up with an iep.

*J* 50 kids; 14412 posts
11th Aug '12

<blockquote><b>Quoting CuteExplodenKitties:</b>" They shouldn't take their kids places to have fun if they can't behave. I would have snatched mine ... [snip!] ... kids. I had a manic child on crack he had to much energy , he did clen his room and the living room in like 10 minutes though. "</blockquote>




We did end up going home. Faith had a complete meltdown leaving. She thought she was in trouble. :(



They tried stimulant but she got really aggressive. So now shes on a non stimulant and its working great for us.

cuteexplodenkitties 3 kids; Somewhere, MD, United States 1291 posts
11th Aug '12
Quoting *J*:" <blockquote><b>Quoting CuteExplodenKitties:</b>" They shouldn't take their kids places ... [snip!] ... trouble. :( They tried stimulant but she got really aggressive. So now shes on a non stimulant and its working great for us."


I didn't mean your child I meant if my kids were doing that to another child. Your daughter had every right to play and have fun without being harassed by others.

Abcdefghijklmnopqrstuvwxy Due September 9 (boy); 1 child; Zimbabwe 42927 posts
11th Aug '12

Jamil is going to kindergarten this year. He wil go to a typical class with a 1:1 aide. I don't know how he will do, I'm worried scared and but only time will tell...

user banned 3 kids; Washington 15083 posts
11th Aug '12

<blockquote><b>Quoting *J*:</b>" She will be going to a K that has half typical half SN. We are moving out of town specifically for that ... [snip!] ... mean she's barely at the 4 word phrase stage. and most of those words you wont understand unless you see her on a daily basis."</blockquote>



Have you done her IEP yet? If not you could ask for her to have an adult be her 'helper' so she wouldn't have to be alone. I'm not sure what the requirements are for that, but I do know it's available to some.

Samantha turlington Due May 8; Columbus, Ohio 3145 posts
14th Aug '12
Quoting *J*:" My daughter is 4.5 and starts K fall of 2013. The thought of it scares the piss out of me. The kids in ... [snip!] ... even tho we have another year because of the fact that she ends up sad and crying every time we go to a public place to play."

my son is going to sn prek in september and he will have 18 peers that go tho the same thing and it scares me about going to columbus public school next year.