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Headstart evaluation ^-^ Rawr + 2 2 kids; Big Spring, Tx, United States 10237 posts
1st Dec '12

So here, headstart is for kids with disabilities, delays, or behavioral problems.



While I don't think my 4 1/2 year old is really "delayed", I see her having a very difficult time following two step directions, listening, ect. Obviously not just with myself, we've tried playing school with different people playing teacher, and nothing will keep her in her seat, get her to listen, or do the work that I've made up.



So I signed her up about a month ago, and finally got the phone call for her appointment for the evaluation. She goes on the 11th.



Does anyone have any idea what the evaluation will consist of? or have you been through this?

TRISHA =] 2 kids; California 3368 posts
1st Dec '12
Quoting ^-^ Rawr + 2:" So here, headstart is for kids with disabilities, delays, or behavioral problems. While I don't think ... [snip!] ... She goes on the 11th. Does anyone have any idea what the evaluation will consist of? or have you been through this?"


i would say not being able to follow simple directions and all that would be a disability. it might even be actions of adhd where they are just so hyper they cant it still and it is hard for them to follow easy directions cause so much excitement built up.

vagina. 3 kids; Titz, No, Germany 30923 posts
1st Dec '12

<blockquote><b>Quoting TRISHA [36 weeks]:</b>" i would say not being able to follow simple directions and all that would be a disability. it might ... [snip!] ... they are just so hyper they cant it still and it is hard for them to follow easy directions cause so much excitement built up. "</blockquote>




This. enzo is the same way. lol