- March 15, 2008 at 6:44 pm #256668
Well I some how missed child #2 post.
It partly sounds like a anti social disorder, as my youngest was and
still is like that about being lazy and not wanting to go out and play
etc. He should be in special ed due to his speech issues regardless as
to what his iq is. my oldest has a high normal iq but he was in for
speech as soon as he started school. other things were added as
needed. toward the end of his 8th grade year our state changed some of
the requirements so that when he started 9th grade he got a one on one
aide. Didn’t matter what his iq was, what mattered was what his dx
was. he was about 6 before anyone could understand what he was saying.
Now you would never know he had any kind of speech issues.
On 3/15/08, kaykay75423 <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> Child #3 is my husband’s son. When I first met him, I couldn’t
> understand anything he said. He had sever speech problems. He was in
> speech class and has gotten a little better. When my husband and I
> married, he was going into 2nd grade. His teacher called everyday or
> sent letters home everyday about how he would not pay attention and
> was not doing well. I had the school test him for learning problems.
> They said his I.Q. was 1 point too high to be put in special ed.
> Because of this, he would not get any help with anything and they
> suggested we put him back in 1st grade. He did do better when put
> back in 1st.
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