Today Tom took Quinn to the sound-proof booth for his hearing test. He was fine for the first beep, then buried his face in the crook of his arm and wailed in terror until the audiologist finally pulled the plug on the test session.
This must be bringing up some bad memory or fear in him, and we're really stumped about what to do. He is being honestly traumatized by this, and and the worst part is that NO ONE BELIEVES HE HAS A HEARING PROBLEM! It's just that the school district will not proceed with testing him for pre-school until he has a successful hearing test.
Any thoughts? Ideas? Suggestions? We sure could use them!