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Should they be recasting her arm for any reason ask about a waterproof cast. When my DS broke his arm a waterproof cast meant he could still go swimming that summer, which made a real difference.
Maybe host playdates at your house with some quieter activities -- maybe even movies and computer games that you wouldn't normally allow for playdates? Cooking?
Can you ask her teacher to help?
Anne, Mama to Conner 2/27/04 Gabrielle 2/6/06 W/LMC-TCS, Neurogenic Bladder, AFO & KAFO wearer, Neurogenic Bowel & Delaney 5/12/08 & Beethoven & Gizmo
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