We are seeing the doctor for the first time tomorrow. I have a meeting with the principal of the school that same morning. They are thinking of retaining my daughter because she has missed so much school. She has already taken Kinder twice. She is in first grade and she is 8 yrs old. She has severe migraine headaches and she has had a focal seizure at school this yr. What kind of questions do I ask the doctor? How do I explain my little girl to him. How do I make the school realize that holding her back would not be good for her. It would hurt her socially. She as broad spectrum Autism we think. She has a lot of the signs. She does have sensory issues. Any help please. I am a scared mom afraid of doing or saying the wrong things. I don't want to tell the doctor too much and make her out like a monster but I have to tell him the truth. My Bonnie is so smart but with issues. Thank you. Keatha
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