Our little guy goes to a special ed preschool in the local public school system in Maryland. It seems to be very good for him, but it is only 2 1/2 hrs a day, that's the downside. And there are no sessions in the summer so we have enrolled him in a conventional preschool, hopefully that will work out. I thought I would never find one that didn't require a 3 yr old to be potty trained! (They know of Kendal's diagnosis and seem to be happy to accept him) I was wondering if those of you with more experience with this think that 2 1/2 hrs a day is enough and also, if there seem to be no other choices for schooling where we live, does anyone have any recommendations? Are there any agencies out there that help with education prior to public school age?
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