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Re: Library therapy Dinah

Posted by fallsfall on September 13, 2005, at 7:05:17

In reply to Pet therapy, posted by Dinah on September 13, 2005, at 4:38:47

Take your son to the children's room at the library where you are staying - have him sit in on a storytime (it will be for little kids, but he can show them how to sit still and listen, and he'll like the stories, too). Or maybe they need someone to do simple tasks (like pull all the books to the front of the shelf, or stamp the books with the library name, or dust) that he could do. Then he wouldn't be going so stir crazy.

This will free you up for some time on the library's computers!!! and you can chat with us and Babble.

And I think a shortterm, interim, therapist would be a good idea. Don't assume they wouldn't have any appointments open for weeks. Maybe someone cancelled their appointment for tomorrow...




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