This post is a few days late, but I was under the weather for a little bit and am just now feeling well enough to sit down and write. Trevor’s IEP meeting was on Monday. I was a nervous wreck going into the meeting. I had prepared myself to fight for certain accommodations for Trevor (namely 1-on-1 support on the playground and a Rifton chair for him to sit in at table time). However I didn’t end up having to fight at all. Not only that, but the accommodations I was nervous they’d deny were both brought up by Trevor’s school PT before I could even mention them. The IEP team really seemed to have Trevor’s best interest in mind. They’re even going to provide a visual schedule for him to help ease his anxiety over transitions and the unknown. I was pleasantly surprised with how smoothly the meeting went. I’m very hopeful that the school year will go great. I’m still a little nervous about sending him off to school four mornings a week, but I’m much more at ease with the whole idea now.