Anyone BTDT? We are considering proposing a change to DS's IEP. Right now he gets PT and itinerant teaching (for adaptive skills). Really his adaptive skills are delayed because of motor reasons, not educational ones ( for example - taking on/off a coat is physically challenging). His fine motor skills were technically less than 1 std deviation off when they did the initial IEP evaluations. They are delayed (or at least quality is off) and he does private OT (school prep focused) for them now.
We think he would be better served with PT and OT, but that the itinerant teaching (though they are lovely) does not add a lot of value vs what OT could do based on the way the service is delivered and the nature of the service itself.
Does that automatically mean reevaluation? (He is currently 2 years into his 3 year evaluation cycle.)
Are there any cons to reevaluating a year early? FWIW, he will be in his final year of preschool in the fall. He currently attends a private preschool and we will not be moving him to developmental preschool in the fall regardless of what services he receives. His school is at an elementary so he gets PT (and would get OT) there - they just go to his preschool and him pull out.