Yeah I don't think unusual fingerpainting style would be disqualifying, I don't even think there would be any diagnosis, associated with that, to be disqualifying, especially at 8 years old, with no further, "concerning" behavior. I assume you now fingerpaint like all normal people?Lisa517 wrote: ↑Thu May 02, 2019 10:05 amPresumably they had some kind of medical/psychological training. I was 8, and I doubt my parents remember. :shrug:
Evidently she didn't do anything in terms of evaluation beyond tell my mother she was "concerned" that I would only dip my fingertips in the finger paints instead of splashing them randomly on the paper. I stopped seeing her shortly thereafter as my folks realized she was clearly looking for things that weren't there if she had to look to my finger-painting styles to find anything to be worried about!
Just kidding, welcome to the forum, if that was the only issue, I would not worry about it. Go get your LTC, keep us updated, and feel free to ask any questions.