Well, I actually think that I got some help from my child's day care on this one. The therapist is set up to come to the daycare once a week.
Long story, but we have always done this with her speech therapists because of the peer interaction as well. She used to have a different therapist, but had to change due to funding when she was 3--so this is a new one.
Anyway, I love the daycare and we have been going there for 10 plus years (when you count my older daughters). They are the only one in our area that accepts special needs kids. Anyway, I have great communication with them, and we are very clear about times that the therapists can come. (They can't come during nap time for her class unless we have made an arrangement prior to nap time so that she can go in the office). This therapist showed up at day care while she was sleeping. The ladies at daycare were going to go ahead and get her up and make an exception, but Angela was so tired she fell back asleep. The therapist told them to try again in 15 minutes, and they explained to her that when Angela is that tired, she needs her rest and might be fighting off an illness. The therapist was not happy. Of coarse the day care ladies told me right away--so awesome.
As for my husband--he provides emotional support to me and all of the kids, and he plays with them and loves them, but he is not that involved with the day to day doctors, therapies, etc. I always talk to him about what the doctors said, and he has input, but doing the research, etc is up to me.
He replied, "Because you have so little faith. I tell you the truth, if you have faith as small as a mustard seed, you can say to this mountain, 'Move from here to there' and it will move. Nothing will be impossible for you. "
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