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I am an occupational therapist. A child that age typically colors. As another parent pointed out, the child’s fine motor and behavioral development should be evaluated to see if therapies are indicated. If the child just has an aversion to coloring but normal fine motor skills, then that’s okay. But I would suspect a child’s refusal to participate has to do ...


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The Americans with Disabilities Act covers schools and nurseries, so your son's kindergarten has to comply with it. I'm not a lawyer or doctor, but a gastroenterological issue looks like it would be covered, and the rules in the ADA say that they should be interpreted as broadly as possible. Getting you to sign a piece of paper saying that you volunteered to ...


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