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Old 06-23-2010, 11:14 AM
 
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My son is turning 4 years old very soon and attending to a preschool/daycare. He has autism. Not too verbal but making a big effort. July and August are months that he needs to be there because the Special Education Class teachers and staff are on vacation. Preschool/Daycare staff moved him into a very low structure classroom with the very little children. Is that right? I am very concerned. I am accepting your ideas or suggestions.
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Old 06-24-2010, 05:40 PM
 
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You know your child best and if this classroom doesn't feel like the right set-up for your son you're probably right. Typicallly children with autism require a great deal of structure and thrive in that type of environment. It would also be nice for him to have an opportunity to socialize with kids his age who can role model (hopefully) good communicaiton skills.
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