Quoting Meg ♥:" Regarding the OT: The diagnosis codes used aren't accepted for my plan. She has hypotonia, motor coordination ... [snip!] ... for the dx code) So... we will continue every other week until school starts and she will have the OT with the IEP."
with the hypotonia, is there muscle dystrophy connected to it? Or is it just low muscle strength?
I'm just asking because if it's the later. That connected with motor skill coordination problems and sensory issues really sounds like my son. That is his Dyspraxia. A neurological disorder affecting organization and coordination of body movements, balance and muscle strength. His is both gross and fine motor skills but it can only affect one of the two as well.
I would def bring that up to her OT. They have specific tests for that. It also affects anything regarding organization. From school work, play, hygiene, eating etc. It's like they don't know what step to take first. So try to do it all at once and that make them very messy and frustrated/overwhelmed with daily simple tasks.