The preschool building itself was nice. The staff was very friendly, helpful and accommodating. They went out of their way to answer our questions and help us feel comfortable. Leo enjoyed the classroom, playing with toys and even participating in circle time.
We left. Both unsure what to do but feeling like maybe we should give it a try at least. There was one thing that bothered both of us. One thing that in the end we wouldn't be able to get over. The classroom consisted of ten children all of whom were special needs to varying degrees. So we left feeling torn, not sure what to do.
Once we decided to keep him home. Peace followed.
And for the at least the next year, he needs to be home surrounded by his family, who loves him very much.
Physical therapy with his brothers at the playground.
Leo is quite popular when he has his ipad.
I found Leo in the laundry room putting dirty clothes
in the washing machine. So, I guess we will need
to add laundry to his list of chores.
Leo will receive therapy in our home. He will
be visited by five different therapists each week.