Originally Posted By: LRS
Also, we are homeschooling now, so don't have to deal with the school anymore. So I don't feel there is any urgency to applying, right?
Unless my sons fine motor problems are going to affect his results later. Are later types of testing more affected by fine motor issues? I can see how having the dys would help with advocating at school, but since we left the school it is probably not so necessary for now. Does that sound about right?

The one big benefit of DYS is your DS and you will be able to network with peers through annual summit or local group gathering. We haven't done any online seminar yet but sounds really great too.