For those of you who have IEP's for your children, I was wondering if you could share a few key points in terms of what you've included to help your child. I know they are obviously tailored to each individual child's needs, but I also know that there are some things that are pretty standard across the board, or some great things that some of us may have overlooked that we should consider.
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Hi all,I'm hoping someone can offer advice on my dilemma or if any one else has also experienced the same your thoughts would be appreciated.My 12 year old son has began hiding his medication under his tongue when asked to take it in the morning before school. He was diagnosed with ADHD at the age of 7, 2 years after a diagnosis of Autism.My son has been taking Equsuam XL for 5 years now,...
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