Ok, so my youngest was evaluated by early intervention and was eligible for speech and ot. A woman comes over today who was suppose to do speech and ot with him. First she didn't even read the paperwork on him so she had no clue what was going on. She didn't even interact with him. She just asked me a million questions of which I already answered during evaluation that they put in the paperwork. She then asked me if he was assigned someone to do speech with him. I explained that I was told she would do both and then she just said, he must not need speech. She then told me she saw nothing the matter with him and would continue 2 more sessions with him but that was it b/c he was fine. Not that I want anything to be the matter with him, but I am confused. I left a message for my case manager through early intervention to call me b/c I was not at all pleased with this woman. Aren't these people suppose to be the experts and professionals? If the case manager comes back and tells me she can't help me and in the end we find out that my son truly could have benefited from therapy and didn't get it at an early age, I am going to sue thier asses off. I am so aggravated.
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