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...the test is administered. The fact that Justin has been able to excel in an area he was once deficient tells me as an observer that he has the abilities within himself to adapt to change and learn with extra attention in areas he is progressing slowly in. It will be interesting to see a year from now how abilities in communication and problem solving is develop. I would encourage Liz to utilize the resources afforded to her. She found it disruptive to her life to have to go to these weekly sessions, but it obviously had a positive influence on Justin’s development and offered her tools for furthering his development. It appears this is a useful course of action, which some parents may neglect because of a lack of knowledge, time or resources. It does seem worth the time and inconvenience after hearing about the positive influence it has had on Justin thus far.
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