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- Adjusting to Hearing Aids
- Free Resources for Deaf and Hard of Hearing Children
- First Steps When Baby Can't Hear
- When Baby "Refers" on the Newborn Hearing Test
- Water Sports with Hearing Aids
- What is the Newborn Hearing Screen?
- The Best Hearing Aid Accessories for Kids
- Choosing Eyeglasses for Kids
- Great Hearing Loss Simulations
Wednesday, May 12, 2010
Today I bundled two children into the car and drove to our local middle school. We signed in, got our visitor pass, and walked into the meeting room in the Pupil Services Office.
Our beloved Speech Therapist brought toys for the boys to play with during the meeting. Honestly, she's the best SLP EVER. And no, you can't have her. She's ours!
We talked about Matt's scores (articulation standard score of 94: 100 is average). He now scores in the "normal" range, with no delay.
We completed the exit form, signed several consent forms, and gathered our things.
Then Matt looked at the secretary, who was taking the notes, and said in a clear voice:
"I don't need therapy anymore. I just need to go to big boy school now."
Today was A Very Good Day.