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Monka Wed 13-Jun-18 17:56:05


So I posted a few weeks ago about the school teacher picking up on my 4 year old dd’s lack of decision making skills (she doesn’t always choose an activity herself and has to be guided to it) and preference for sensory learning.

Apparently the Occupational therapist has observed her but not spoken to my dd directly or me. And now we have to attend a meeting to discuss the Individual Provision Support Plan for her which is fine and I am interested in understanding what they will say.

My question is it common for the OT to produce some recommendations without speaking to the child or parent and just through observation (which I understand can be meaningful in itself)?

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JiltedJohnsJulie Wed 13-Jun-18 20:34:27

Honestly, I don’t know on this one sorry. Have you had a meeting with the SENCO at the school?

It might be best posting in Primary Education or even _chat for more traffic smile

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