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Old 08-16-2018, 06:09 PM
 
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Yikes. Your situation sounds a lot like what a teacher at my site is dealing with. She teaches 2-5 severe autism but the kid in her class has mild autism with severe emotional and behavioral problems that mom insists they she just allow and excuse. She refuses to allow her child to be in the EBD class even though the real issue impairing his ability to access the curriculum is his behavior that has nothing to do with his very mild autism. To be honest he doesn't present as autistic to me, he has no verbal impairments, doesn't stim, and doesn't have sensory needs. What he does do is tear up his paper and run outside when the teacher gives him work and he punches people and screams out profanity for hours when people tell him to wait his turn or to ask before taking another students toys.

And mom says...why does everyone insist on triggering him. His BIP says that people telling him to do things is a trigger.

Um why does he come to school if no one can ever ask him to do any thing? Having to do things in order to learn and grow is literally the point being at school right?

Sadly his classmates are mostly nonverbal with severe autism and intellectual disabilities. So he has a class full of victims.
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