I've had 2 kindergarten transition meetings with my sons preschool and our school district. My son I know is highly intelligent, he just cant express it. He is speaking full sentences, making his needs known he still requires speech therapy and occupational therapy mostly for sensory input. The preschool as well as I do think that he will need to continue this type of school and therapy that he is not quite ready for regular kindergarten. Then on the other hand his behavior specialist thinks that he would do great and if he is around the other type of children that he would soar. Would i be hindering my son by keeping him in this type of program or would i frighten him if i sent him to regular kindergarten? I am having another IEP meeting at the end of this month. Any suggestions?
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