Today is Christian's IEP review day at his school (not our county program, our private school that we send him to). I'm not too worried or nervous about it, as the school bends over backwards to ensure Christian's success.
What I am a bit nervous about is the testing that is starting today, in preparation for our discussions about possibly going bilateral. Christian's school SLP and audiologist will be working on some speech perception tests. He'll also have audiograms that focus on his aided ear. Our last audiogram that we had just using his aid showed him hearing at 50-55db aided, and 80-90 unaided. It will be interesting to see what that ear is doing. It is so hard to tell without these tests, as Christian uses that aid well, and I know he is an incredible lip reader. He'll have a couple days of testing at his school, and then we'll take the results to Hopkins and see what they say.