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We are unschoolers. My two kids who have OT have never been to any sort of school. In the fall my middle child will be school aged. I was talking to the billing person at the OT place today and she told me that they have several kids who come for OT whose services are paid for by a virtual academy.<br><br>
I have NEVER wanted anything to do with schools for my two youngest kids. However, we only have 20 OT visits through our insurance, and when they are gone, they're ... gone. Is it worth it to enroll my kindergarten-aged child in a virtual school just to get OT services paid for?<br><br>
I feel like the quality-of-life improvements we have seen through OT are so valuable, but forcing her to do schoolwork she doesn't need or want would probably negatively counterbalance that and would set up a whole different philosophy of learning in her life.<br><br>
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I thought I posted over in LAH forum. I was there anyhow when I posted. Weird. I'll repost over there. <img alt="" class="inlineimg" src="http://www.mothering.com/discussions/images/smilies/smile.gif" style="border:0px solid;" title="smile">
 
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