Well he and his twin are former 29 weekers. He had early Intervention Services til he was about 2-1/2. The criteria to qualify for services is that a child be 6 months delayed and he was only 5 months delayed in some areas so we weren't entitled to services anymore.
Recently I began to notice his (lack of) skills, campared to his twin. I called and made an appt w/ the Special Ed Dept and asked for a screening. He went and that's what they suggested in the report. They said he has poor balance, distraced VERY easily, poor visual memory, can't walk in a straight line, and has too much rigidity/tension in his whole body (sensory integration).
I'm happy that he will recieve therapy thru the school system, but I'm kinda pissed that he had to get worse before being entitled to help and I kinds feel like I let him down. I let him progress at his own rate w/out finding him help and now he's delayed... Does that make any sense?