I was told about this sight and I hoping to get some feedback or just some tips on how we can help our son Gavin with his disorder. My husband and I are pretty overwhelmed by everything and would really welcome any ideas that may have worked for any one who has gone through this or is still in the midst of it all. Gavin is turning 3 next month. We have him in Early Intervention and he is recieving ST and OT twice a week. He will be starting the Speech and Language program through our county school system once he is 3. Any suggestions of anything more we could do for him?
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