Things have a funny way of working out. I never dreamt that I would sit on the other side of IEPs. Being trained as a school psychologist, I always thought I would see them from that cushiony side - the professional side. But Quinn entered my life and the story then changes. In another interesting twist of fate, I am getting a warm-up to my experience as a parent with IEPs. Today we received the paperwork about Aidan's Speech/Language Evaluation. At his Kindergarten screening, the school decided they wanted to follow to see if he should have services. I kind of knew this would be coming along since sometimes people have a difficult time understanding him. Somehow I always know what he is saying though! Who would have thought big brother Aidan would pave the way for his little sister Quinny on educating his parents about the being on the other side of the process. Yes, things have a strange way of working out in my life.
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