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Parent message:
04.12.03
21:12
HAVING TROUBLE WITH GETTING A TRICYCLE FOR MY DAUGHTER
Current message:
05.25.03
01:35
Tricylce
Cynthia Brady (1979lancer@mindspring.com)
Hello. My son obtained a tricycle through low-incedence funding, through the school district. His IFSP teamm decided it was an appropriate piece of equipment so he could enjoy outdoor activities like the other children. When he went onto kindergarten, the IEP team agreed with the previous decision and we actually in the process of getting him a new trike. Is you child in early intervention? If so, perhaps you could work with the school district staff to purchase the trike. Cynthia
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