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Old 05-10-2014, 03:41 PM   #21
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Just when you get time, Katy, please let me know how your son is doing now that you have the couple of days
at the new school and the added specialist teaching.

I know it's been a transition time for your son, so he's probably finding all the changes quite difficult to deal with,
which is understandable, and that would be affecting his behaviour when he is at home. He still needs to know
right from wrong, so it's tough love parenting time. Hopefully that aggressive behaviour will settle down once he's
set up with a regular routine again. He's been on overload for quite some time now.

take care of yourself.
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Old 06-04-2014, 05:06 PM   #22
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Just when you get time, Katy, please let me know how your son is doing now that you have the couple of days
at the new school and the added specialist teaching.

I know it's been a transition time for your son, so he's probably finding all the changes quite difficult to deal with,
which is understandable, and that would be affecting his behaviour when he is at home. He still needs to know
right from wrong, so it's tough love parenting time. Hopefully that aggressive behaviour will settle down once he's
set up with a regular routine again. He's been on overload for quite some time now.

take care of yourself.
Hi Lara, Ashley has been at his new provision a couple of weeks now and is settling well .It is a very relaxed place in fact not a school but a house wiv dogs running around horses and chicks.The dog sits on his knee while working and is not discouraged at all.There are only six kids there and things are more simple as in he sees the same faces each time and not moving about classes etc.The specialist has observed him in his mainstream setting and agrees he has the charactics of Autism but she cant diagnose him she is a autistic specialist T/A but think they can help Ash and myself and help get the mental health to listen to me.She can see where the issues are and has good ideas.Ash has not improved in mainstream setting as yet.how r u huni?xx
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Everything is sounding a lot more positive at last.
That's a really good thing.
The more relaxed environment even though only part time, might just be what he needs for the moment.

I'm well, Katy.
Thanks for asking.

Keep us posted and don't forget to look after yourself as well as the family.

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