My son is believed to have dyspraxia. He is 3 years old and does not speak one word. His school is only giving him 15 min a day, 4 days a week (and that includes pulling him out of class and bringing him back), so that only really means about 10 min a day. What is that?? The speech therapists there seem to only want to give him as little as possible because of his age and "attention span". I feel these children deserve to at least get the chance to have more intensive speech, because that is exactly what they need. It's exactly what my son needs. I feel like I have to fight the system when it comes to getting the right type of therapy for him. What do I do?
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