- June 22, 2008 at 7:12 pm #258647
I agree with Ria, my oldest is Autistic and he had problems in school. Now
with him he was mainstreamed and only was pulled out in a couple of grades.
I got him out of that school system as soon as I could. He still has poor
social skills but he was always reminded about what was going on and what
was expected of him any time we were out in public. I also never took him to
places where I couldn’t stay right with him ie the pool. That was because I
knew he had issues and needed to have verbal cues when he was around his
peers. If he ever started something like your son pushing the other kid, he
was expected to tell the kid he was sorry before he could do anything else.
He was taught to treat others the way he wanted to be treated. Change is
very hard for him tho he’s gotten a bit more flexible with age, he’s now 23.
He also has friends but it was a long hard road to get him to the point
where he did have friends.
On Sun, Jun 22, 2008 at 3:12 PM, maria <firstname.lastname@example.org>
> My son is age 10,he is a special needs child as well as a legally
> disabled child.
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