Autism: MIDDLE SCHOOL WANTS DIFFERENT PLACEMENT, THEY DON’T HAVE ENOUGH SUPPORT

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Shabiha:  My 11 y/o old son has autism, non verbal, uses a communication device for his needs and exhibits meltdown and behaviors related to his diagnosis. Recently started middle school. He has no history of aggression in the past years not even a single incident with the same school district. Fully toilet trained for 5 yrs, again with no accidents. In the second and third week of school he scratched and pinched his aid and started urinating on himself.

He was prohibited from participating in orchestra since he makes sounds and cross country because school does not have enough support. School wants outplacement for him due to his behavior. What should we do?

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Chuck
10/17/2016 12:52 pm

Your state parent training & information center can provide you information on how to deal with this within your state’s rules. http://www.parentcenterhub.org/find-your-center