Learning is not a game with set rules.
Keep after them to give you the documentation and put the request in writing and send it certified mail. You can document the meeting as a sort of minutes and send it to everyone and keep a copy for yourself. This helped us get the ESY for our son.
IT will be worth it if the school does not cooperate. At the beginnning of the mtg we were told about how hard they had to work at the beginning of 3rd grade to get my child back to where she had been at the end of 2nd grade.
I asked the teacher if that would be an example of regression and recoupment. I told them we felt our child did need ESY simply based on our discussion at the beginning of the mtg.
They started backtracking and said that they did not say that. They then produced data stating that my child started out the school year a full grade level higher in reading, writing and math.
I asked for copies of their documentation but have not received any. We did not sign IEP. What should I do? Diagnosed with autism, and non-verbal. This leaves very little time for one-on-one therapy speech,occupational, etc.
Would ESY apply to extra speech therapy after school during the school year his developmental pediatriticion recommended full 8 hr. Our summers are short. I can truly emphatiize with him. I am working with the case manager to experiment with something that could work for him over the summer to keep his skills up.
His main issues are word retrieval and executive functioning along with the dyslexia.
He is willing to dedicate the time to any alternative to ESY, but he desperately needs to enjoy time outside, camps and some vacation time. He will listen to books on tapes, etc. Does anyone have any suggestions?
Lynne — My son had ESY every summer of his entire school career because he would regress so much without it he would take too long to catch up each new school year it was detrimental to his education. The goal of ESY is to maintain what your son has achieved in the previous school.
Your son needs enough ESY to do this. If he is still taking a long time to adjust in the new school year 30 minutes may not be enough. Remember that transportation should be included.
They are offering him a 30 minute group once a week. He does not need academic. He cannot attend summer camps on his own I tried for last 2 years was a disaster He wanders where he needs a 1: Is the school required to offer him more? It becomes a distraction al around.
The school is aware of this. Does this mean that they qualify for esy? Can i name the type of services that they need? Wilson reading for children with dyslexia and Leveled Literacy Intervention.
Also, I have a friend that was told that her son with autism only gets summer speech services for 6 weeks. Who determines length of services? I have come to terms with the fact that no ill was ever intended towards my child.
DIstrict stafff has restraints that are political, budgetary and outdated practices and procedures.If the parents live within miles of each other, the noncustodial parent has parenting time with the child every 1st, 3rd, and 5th weekend, one weeknight per week during the school year, about half of all holidays, and for extended time during the summer.
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