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16 February 2012

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Niksmom

So many large issues looming on the horizon. I tell myself it is many years away, but I see how quickly time flies. Thank you for this reminder that there are other longer-term planning needs to attend to sooner rather than later.

Hoping you are all feeling somewhat healthier these days? We are passing it back and forth in our house, too. Yuck.

Bonnie Sayers

Here they do the ITP at age 14 instead of federal age of 16. No therapists were at the IEP?

Matt is in ROTC and drawing as his elective. His adaptive PE goes on fridays to other High schools to play basketball with the other Special ed classes.

His CBI class - community based instruction goes on weekly trips taking bus and subway and have been going to some fun places.

I am going to try special olympics in another year or two, they have something similar at school two days a week, just need that toilet training to be mastered, and no ABA for three weeks now due to funding issues.

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