I am so happy that I came across this site! My daughter, Alicia, who is 5 has recently been diagnosed with SID. She has been getting speech therapy for about 6 months now and so her therapist asked for her to have a OT evaluation. Upon the eval they said she has SID. She was a very late learner on evertything. She walked late, can not calm herself down when upset, only been potty trained for about a year now, has no fear what so ever by sneaking out the house late at night and go walking, go up to an unfamilar dog just whatever the case might be. She is such a loveable child and no one scares her so she tries to go up to anyone and everyone. Recently she started kindergarten. Well she never has been in daycare or Pre K, so of course she had problems. Never wanted to stay in the seat, talked out of turn, cant hold scissors, anything this is our Lili. So we had to take her out of kindergarten and put her in Pre K. She is adjusting, but one of our new problems as I was reading in another discussion is not wanting to keep her panties on. She has a bad problem with everytime she goes to the bathroom she has to have a new pair of panties on or she wants to keep them off. I can not believe how this affects people in oh so many ways. My biggest concern is safety. She has just started OT is there anything I can do for safety precaution? We have bells on the door and locks but she still seems to sneak out. Any suggestions?
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