- March 15, 2008 at 6:16 pm #256686
Matt can read at college level, but being a audio learner once he got
in the right school he took his spelling tests out loud instead of
writing the words down. He also had other kinds of tests read to him
and he would use a computer to write out the answers. So how one
learns vs the teacher can make a lot of difference in how well a child
On 3/16/08, R NORTH <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> sometimes kids end up with tourettes from drugs (esp if over done) kids with
> ts will have vocal tics ,, perhaps that tis the noise he is making
> the touching piece is tactile defensiveness, thats ot/pt issue
> sounds like a visual/sudio learner
> has he had a speech eval done? what about audiology check
> make an appt with reg peds and try to set up appt with various specialist
> for all the kids .. allergiest, nueropsych, ot/pt, hearing & audiologist,
> was mom drinking during pregnancy?
> on 3/15/08, mem68 <email@example.com> wrote:
> > Ask his primary doctor to refer you to the specialist that he needs.
> > Don’t
> > stop until he gets the help he needs. Do you work? Can he take a course
> > outside of school in theater etc. to help improve his self esteem. I know
> > this is hard for you w/ 5 children but w/ out your help he will never be
> > able to make it on his own in this world.
> > From: “kaykay75423” <firstname.lastname@example.org
> > To: <Budget101_@yahoogroups.com
> > Sent: Saturday, March 15, 2008 1:16 PM
> > Subject: Budget101.com <https://budget101.com/> : ADHD or Aspergers? Please
> > help! Child #2
> > > Two years ago I got remarried. My husband has 3 children and I have
> > > 2. The first time I met Child #2 (husbands son), I was in shock that
> > > he was 10 years old. He acted like he was 5.
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