Early intervention and St. Rose Grads rule!

September 14, 2005 at 10:51 am 1 comment

Yesterday’s eval was amazing. I’ve never been so impressed with a set of evaluators (and I’m picky. VEERRRRY picky) and come to find out, one is a St. Rose grad in the School Psychology program. Angela (the psych) and Jennifer (the SLP) were just so good with Isaac and just got a great picture of him.

So, for those who are interested- Isaac does qualify for early intervention. He’s about 31% delayed and since NYS says you must be 33% delayed, Marie (our coordinator) and Angela (the psych) decided to throw professional judgement in there and give him the services. We have the IFSP (the plan) meeting on the 29th, and on that day, we’ll get everything set up. Marie knows a teacher who works around our area and has an opening on her caseload for Isaac. I’m very happy. I’d like the teacher to come to the IFSP, just to get everyone on the same page, but that may not happen. Eh. No biggie.

What made me the most happy was seeing the competence in the evaluators. They were a YOUNG team and that’s what I wanted. BIG TIME. I was also happy that a St. Rose grad was so good at what she did. It proves my theory that schools that base their programs on a combination of theory and experience based learning produce the most competent grads.

I think I may want to do EI when I get out of school. I could use the “cuddle time.” I tihnk that pre-school work would be good for me for a while. I reallllly think so.


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  • 1. anonymous  |  September 14, 2005 at 12:32 pm

    I am glad they were so wonderful with Isaac and can get him the attention he needs!!


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