I dont know how EI works in any other state, but I'm curious. Recently we were encouraged by one of the EI doctors to send our 2 year old to a daily program where she would receive all her theropy at "school" and would have special instruction in the classroom. Well, we were allowed to accompany her the first 2 days (which I did) and those were the only 2 days I sent her. The way the program worked was all the kids with special needs were in a classroom which acted as a holding room in between services. They would periodically be pulled from the classroom by their service provider for theropy (ex. PT/OT/Speech etc.) I expected it to be more structured, or at least structured at all! Are any of you experiencing the same thing, or if your child already went through this, how did you do it?
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