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  • PT/OT/ST therapy provided in clients home. Therapy is developed around functional needs of client in their natural environment.
  • There are several developmental milestone checklists available to track your child's progress. Keep in mind developmental milestones are reached through playing, learning, speaking, behaving and moving. If you have concerns about your child's development, speak to your doctor. Give them specific examples of observations you have made. Request a referral for a comprehensive evaluation to determine areas of strengths and concerns. Note: Parents can request evaluation without a doctor's referral.
  • You know your child best! Advocate for them. If you feel that they need extra support you can contact Colorado Department of Education for information about your rights. You can contact an advocate to help support you in this process. You can seek outside services to obtain a comprehensive evaluation to determine areas of strengths and concerns.
  • If you child's academic performance is negatively affected, contact your child's school about an evaluation for IEP (Individualized Education plan) services. Seek outside services to obtain a comprehensive evaluation to determine areas of strengths and concerns. If your child qualifies for an IEP, the school and outside therapist can work together to develop a plan that is consistent across both environments.This consistency enables the highest level of success.
  • If you have concerns about your child's sleep patterns contact your doctor. Prior to the doctor visit document sleep schedule, issues, patterns for approximately 2 weeks. This documentation will provide the doctors with specific examples. Ask yourself if you have tried these things before going to the doctor: Do we have a consistent bedtime routine? Do we shut off electronics at least 1 hour before bed? Do we try to avoid eating a large meal for 2-3 hours before going to bed? If you have not considered these things try them for 2 weeks before going to the doctor. If your child continues to have sleep problems or you are already doing these suggestions contact your doctor.