Robbie: My son I adopted from fostercare. He qualified for early head start because he was a foster child, there was alcohol use during pregnancy, abuse to mom while pregnant, mom was involved in prostitution, and both parents have some major mental health issues. My son was only 3 weeks old when he came into my care and he was severely neglected and already showing signs of detachment . All reasons for him to get into EHS. He later was found to have sensory processing disorder which results in some troubling behaviors. He is about to turn 3 and now they say he will not qualify for an IEP and he is being kicked out of the program he is in. They said he has tested either normal and some areas advanced for his age, and the sensory issue alone does not get him an IEP. Everyone who works with him knows he needs the structure that Head Start will give him and the biting behaviors will keep him form other daycare settings. Is there anything I can do?