I'm trying to decide what to do about Acorn's IFSP (individual family service plan, the document that details what the early intervention folks from the school will do for Acorn and our family - when he's 3, we get an IEP, the school-age version of it).
Thing is, his teacher appears to have little experience with kids with medical issues. And it's just not working.
So....do I send her a note explaining our concerns, or do I just write a letter to the director of special services and complain and insist on changes? I'm starting to think that starting with the teacher is the way to go.