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Name: shellikozzie
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my 6 year old son was diagnosed with autism 8 days ago, im still learing and dont really know too much about it, today he was excluded for the rest of the afternoon for acting out, kicking and shouting ect.
he was upset because in his assembly they did the rewards before the singing (they normally do the singing first) and he said "i dont like things to be backwards, assembly was backwards"
from the day he started school they have ALWAYS known that he hates change and to be out of routine, no matter how small. and untill now have coped really well with it, i think the whole thing could have been avoided if they had prewarned him.... or just not done it. am i wrong to be feeling a little dissapointed with the school???
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Name: fivebucks | Date: Feb 4th, 2010 1:15 AM
You need to beyour sons #1 advocate! YOU ARE100% RIGHT TO FEEL DISSAPOINTED with the school and Id like find out more about your situation because I have a lot of information for you im going to give you my email to chat.I have 5 children one of my sons has autsim and I have him in a developmental school through my city district and my claws had to come out last year with them.They will not screw my son out of anything again but they dont offer options that they know exsist because they dont want to spend the $$$ but if you know these other options exsist then they cant hide them. because I did my research so I could fight for the rights of my son. Does your son have an IEP ? 

Name: jengar | Date: Mar 30th, 2010 4:57 PM
Absolutely be disappointed! You are your childs voice. Dont ever assume that the schools know what is right for your child even if its the school psychologist or a special needs teacher. Legally they have to accomidate your child which means giving him an aid to help him thru out the day or allowing him to be in a resource classroom where there is smaller numbers and added help. Get an IEP if u dont have one. good luck 

Name: bethgeor | Date: Apr 7th, 2010 7:31 PM

Name: tasha1011 | Date: Jul 21st, 2010 11:33 PM
I completely understand. Talk to the teacher on a continual basis. You can set up a behavior chart with the teacher and your son. He needs to know what behaviors are expected and whether or not he was able to perform those behaviors. It's a visual chart. Additionally, have the teacher give him warnings beforehand. If there is a change in the day to day routines, she should prepare him first so it won't be unexpected. For example, that morning she should give him or tell him the schedule for that day. The teacher does not have to do this daily but those days where there is a change in the routine.

You can go to my site at http://raisingsucautistic.blogspot.com/ . I am also raising an autistic child. I give suggestions to parents to assist. I also happen to be a school psychologist. Good luck! 

Name: Robert Herbert | Date: Aug 6th, 2010 3:47 PM
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