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It is your legal right to accept or refuse his recommendation, but we suggest that you follow up on his concerns one way or another. That is, either have your daughter undergo the team evaluation at school or seek outside testing with a private clinician qualified to do to the testing (see Chapter Three). The next chapter reviews the advantages and disadvantages of both types of evaluations to help you make an informed choice. 22 / WHERE DO I BEGIN? A private clinician is a trained, licensed professional who works outside of the school system in a hospital, clinic, or agency.
Your input will be critical in figuring out if there is a problem; if so, you will be glad you did not wait any longer, because research shows that the earlier you intervene, the better the child does. year-old boy who tries to engage other kids by banging them over the head with his plastic baseball bat or the ten-year-old girl who will play only by herself. But with others, social skill problems may be more subtle, such as the child who can’t make eye contact with people when interacting or the kid who can’t seem to figure out what’s going on when he’s in a group.
But it’s critical to acknowledge what it’s like for you to start out with a lingering doubt or worry about your child and to end up with what might be full-fledged distress at times. This is one of the reasons we have written this book: We want you to know that tuning in to your child’s needs and knowing that something should be done makes you an outstanding parent, and we want to give you the tools and knowledge you need to follow up on that instinct. Like the parents we introduced you to at the beginning of this chapter, you may feel quite worried about your child, fearing that he won’t be able to finish school or hold down a job, wondering if these problems are occurring because you didn’t read to him enough when he was little or because he was born prematurely.