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GreyParrot December 13, 2007


My son is 12 yrs. old and has PDD-NOS.  I am happy to give whatever advice I can to parents of children with similar needs, plus I would... More » 

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user1820996 November 4, 2013


I have a 10 yr old who was diagnosed PDD-NOS at about age two. Socially, it is heart breaking. He is bullied and cries... More »

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karlakahler November 20, 2013


My son is 5 years old and was diagnosed with PDD-NOS in February 2013. LAUSD wanted to put him into a mainstream gen... More »

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GreyParrot December 13, 2007


My son is 12 yrs. old and has PDD-NOS.  I am happy to give whatever advice I can to parents of children with similar needs, plus I would... More » 

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ptlomamom April 29, 2009


our experience has been that our neighborhood (public) school is the best choice. we've been in many specialized settings/schools... More »

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josilva August 15, 2010


Hello My name is Joanne I am thinking of moving to the Orlando area from Massachusetts. My oldest son has PDD Im not sure... More »

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Abbyee December 18, 2007


I was able to join the Schwabbie group with a link through from a Shwab discussion.  I guess I entered through Beta or some such thing. But...

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Abbyee January 13, 2008


Sorry Sharon, I didn't mean to give you apoplexy or is it appoplexy? I love your posts dear... Abbyee

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MomofJoy April 6, 2009


Sharon, just wanted to say thanks. I just found your responses (back and forth with Jackie KC in 2004) and they have... More »

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michellea December 20, 2007


My son always regresses over vacation - even short, one week vacations.  He continues to do his reading everyday, but I can't get him to...

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therose July 1, 2009


My tip, is supply a video game that teaches basic arithmetic facts, that has a fun aspect to it. A game that would match... More »

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drjohnson July 1, 2009


We used to play "the money game". When we started, the rules were that each player would throw a die. They would get pennies... More »

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birchgirl January 28, 2008


My son is 8, and does not interact well with the kids in our neighborhood ... peer relations in general are very hard for him.  As a preschooler...

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dhfl143 February 26, 2009


Welcome hilweg30. Nice to have you. Hope you'll visit often and I look forward to reading your posts. Thanks for the... More »

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Michele4031 February 27, 2009


There are summer camps for children with these social problems...My son was hesitant in social situations because they... More »

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healthy11 April 13, 2009


Reminding newer members about this again.

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healthy11 October 2, 2009


Bumping this up to the top again!

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healthy11 February 4, 2008


This NEA publication discusses the Twice Exceptional Dilemma facing students...Since it's written by educators, and can be very helpful...

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therose January 26, 2010


I found it, here is the link for google doc. http://preview.tinyurl.com/yeeo79s Here is the search page with that... More »

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therose January 26, 2010


To the above post, copy links in searcher, and it should bring you to a page, directing you to the article.

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healthy11 February 4, 2008


In no particular order,  www.Uniquelygifted.org http://www.hoagiesgifted.org/twice_except...

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dhfl143 October 29, 2009


http://tinyurl.com/yl3s79v

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healthy11 January 14, 2010


http://www.grcne.com/giftedADHD.html

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sarahm February 6, 2008


I have an 8yr old daughter diagnosed with language/auditory processing disorder. I am looking for some feedback about private schools in the...

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Teyanasmum10 July 8, 2009


i live in aus so i dont no the schools but a small school is the best school your child could go to,unless there is extra... More »

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Teyanasmum10 July 8, 2009


go and see a bahavioural optometrist they will lead you in the right dirction otherwise occupational therapis or even... More »

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dawn2000k February 12, 2008


I am actually still floored by what I found out the other day at my last team meeting. My son is currently in a 504 Plan and I am fighting for...

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EllaRae5 May 17, 2013


I am school psychologist in California and am a little concerned about the school psychologist who tested your child.... More »

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user5519566 April 14, 2014


People like you are why school psychs are all too happy to leave you out of the loop. You think just because you bore... More »


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