hi everyone bet you are all getting ready for christmas.i guess i am.i have been reading the discussions you all are so much help to each other.im so thankful to have found such great understanding people to share my story with.and even more lucky to be able to listen to yours.i need help...i keep hearing you all talk about SERVICES that can help our children.im not sure what this is all about.do all children with autism get these services.who do i talk to.the doctors or the school not sure who.my son was diagnosed back in september he is 3 and a half years old and since his diagnosed he has only been in school.he goes to his class for 1hr and 45min 5days a week.no one has told me of these services.he is getting about 20min 1 time a week in speech at school.and this is pretty much all he is getting.his class is a ECDD class.where they say the class is a language based program there are only 2 other kids in his class that i know is a good thing.they say they will change his IEP report to ASD.but im not sure when this will happen.how important is it for us to get that report changed.is it something i should keep on the school about.i live in michigan so anyone from here might have any numbers that may be of use to me will be of much help much love GOD BLESS CHRISANN
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