Hi everyone... I've been away for awhile... had the baby 2 months ago and have been a *little* busy since then. But today we got a preliminary dx of PDD-NOS for Kieran (3yo). The pdoc will be sending us some more info about treatment options, etc. I was wondering what kinds of experiences with physical stimulation treatments you all have had (like holding, brushing, etc.). I am not very familiar with these, but I don't want to wait for the red tape to start educating myself and my family and making plans for the future. And what, if anything, do I tell my other children (ages 6 and twin)? Thanks.
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