My older dd (almost 4) has some special needs and is currently in a city run program for special needs kids. She has a speech delay (is fairly difficult to understand by most people) and her comprehension is off. She also has some gross motor delays but they aren't that bad. My dh is concerned at the thought of ever relocating (which I'd love to do) b/c he thinks it will be too hard to find her the kind of help she needs. Can a child like this who needs more help than the "typical" kid thrive in a program like this? Would she have access to a speech therapist within the school or would I have to maintain that on the outside?
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11/14/04 at 9:37pm