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Thread: Can a parent be too close to a situation to recognize a special need? (long)

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    Christine S Guest

    Default Nothing in life is constant.

    And the symptoms you see will comes and go in waves. You should still make a list of concerns and I'd start from birth. List anything and everything that seemed odd, unusual, eccentric, and concerning. It's all pieces of a puzzle so if you can get everything in there it might make more sense.

    You can also make note of the issues that have come and gone...those that only come up occasionally (but be specific - every 2mos, every 2 weeks, etc).

    It's really not unusual for a child with issues to have a really great period followed by a downward spiral.

    C

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    KirstenP is offline INCIIDer - A Community Creator
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    Quote Originally Posted by Christine S
    And the symptoms you see will comes and go in waves. You should still make a list of concerns and I'd start from birth. List anything and everything that seemed odd, unusual, eccentric, and concerning. It's all pieces of a puzzle so if you can get everything in there it might make more sense.

    You can also make note of the issues that have come and gone...those that only come up occasionally (but be specific - every 2mos, every 2 weeks, etc).

    It's really not unusual for a child with issues to have a really great period followed by a downward spiral.

    C
    Thanks, Christine. That's good advice. Writing it all down will help.

    Kirsten

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