"Seems as it is an obsessive thing to do, obsessive behaviors can vere well be co-morbid with ADHD. My son went through the stage around age of 6 where he would have "accidents" with the same babysitter, at her house only. It is certain t..."
Just a quick note to say hi! Among all the stories of talking children, I noticed your note and just wanted you to know you were heard. Is your son just quiet, do you think? Is he an observer? A reader? A doer? Blesings!
Hi Natta1980. I saw one of your replies a while back on a 5 yr old's behavior and would like some tips from you for my son who is having similar issues. If you get this could you please e-mail me at ***@****. Thx, Jen
Hi, I asked sandman to take a look at your post as he has great insight. He's been a teacher, principal and administrator for many many years. He knows how schools think and has lots of good ideas to try. He also is very empathetic to families trying to help their children. good luck
I'll just finish here-- sorry. On one hand, if prompts help your son maintain composure and get through a day in which he isn't regulated well fine, that might be worth it. But I would want to know what the long term goal is. Does he have an aide with him at all times?
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