During my son's last meeting with the early intervntionist and child psychologist, they told me that the school district I live in has a Head Start program. He doesn't turn three until October, but they said the program has a special needs class, and the head teacher is flexible about allowing mid-semester enorllments. And since my son has special needs, the services are provided through the school district. They also said that it would benefit him because he could be in a structured educational setting for a year prior to starting preschool. I won't know what to do when I lose my playmate on the days I have off from my job!! If anybody has any experiences with Head Start or knows anything about it, please let me know. It sounds like a good thing; I just want to make the right decision. Thanks.
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