Wednesday, April 22, 2009

Bittersweet

The time has come and it leaves me feeling quite sad. Avery is aging out of Early Intervention next month. These women have come into our home on a weekly basis for more than the past year and a half. One in particular, Ms. Jessica, was Cole's DT when he was in EI so I am going to miss her a ton. They all promise to keep track of us and check in every now and then but it just wont be the same. They have all become a part of the family and they will all be missed dearly. Thanks ladies for loving my daughter and helping to push her to achieve even the smallest of goals.


Alisa, OT

5 comments:

Riley and Family said...

Aww, I can understand. We LOVE Riley's preschool teacher though so that helps!

Brooklyn and Kelly said...

Yep, that transition was tough on us too! We get so attached to good therapists!!!

abbysworld said...

We kept our OT out of pocket for swim. The sp keeps in touch. It is hard. Love you guys

Brandi and Andrew said...

Carrie-I know how you feel. I cried on and off for days when Andrew graduated. His early intervention team was so amazing. We did keep several of the therapists and they do ABA with him. It's tough. Will she go to a local school now?

stephanie stanford said...

HI!!..my name is stephanie stanford, my daughter was diagnosed on march 18 with rett syndrome.. She just turned 1 on may 6th...I have been looking for more alabama mommys to talk to about rett....Your in foley?...I work in foley everyday, but live in loxley..my daughter goes to phy and occ. therapy at the foley hospital rehab center everyday...I would love to talk to you!!...my email is bamababe762002@yahoo.com..please get in touch with me!!.. Stephanie stanford