My son was out of the box too. He has a delay called sensory integration disorder. How does your son do with leaning? There is something called a 504 Plan that might be good for your son that would allow accommodations to help him be more successful at school. My son gets extra time on tests, seating on the periphery of the room, movement breaks. You can have him evaluated for autism spectrum but look into sensory integration disorder as well. Let me know how he is doing!
Hi there. Happy new year. How is it going? Definitely fill out the paper work. And getting a 504 in place now will save your son. Each year that passes into the school years, that 504 education plan becomes harder to obtain. Which is a shame but the reality of school systems. If you have the support of your principal to get this done for your son, DO IT for sure. Your son is a differentiated learner with his diagnosis and deserves accommodations and support. :)
How did the holidays go with him? That can be a tricky time with out of the box kids.
I just wanted to see how things are going for you and your son?
Personally if you feel like you are doing enough as a parent I trust you. It not easy raising an autistic child and can be overwhelming. Ask yourself is this school proving me with the love and understand that I need? is this the right school for my ASD (autism) chid. I think the school needs some kind of responbility.