Tuesday, May 12, 2009
Today was Finn's last occupational therapy session! It wrapped up a lot more quickly than we had anticipated, which is exciting from a progress standpoint for him, and from a budget standpoint for us.
And while our pursestrings are a little happier this evening, I'm a little sad as well. We won't be seeing Megan, who is pictured above with Finn on our front porch this afternoon, every week now. I confess I was a little teary saying our goodbyes after Finn's final session today. I think Megan was one of those angels on Earth sent to help us last fall when we were at a pretty low point.
The changes we've seen over the school year as Finn worked with Megan have been nothing short of phenomenal. I wouldn't even know where to start, but suffice it to say that he now has been evaluated and falls in the "normal" category for every area on the sensory evaluation.
The science behind all of it is truly amazing. Through all of the different therapies Megan used with Finn, his little brain has literally been rewired to help him function in his day-to-day environment like any other 6-year old boy.
Like any other 6-year old boy. Music to my ears.