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June 22nd, 2012, 08:37 AM
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Unfortunatly the school i have my boys in has turned out to be a complete disaster. We have had 7 meeting this year about the same issue, and still nothing was done. We have tried being nice, being assertive and being angry, nothing worked.. I found a lovely school not far from here that is much better with teaching kids with Aspergers, the whole school seems so much more professional and we have choose to move the boys.
Just wondering did anyone else change schools with their kids and how did the kids adapt? One good thing i have going for them is that they will both be in the same class which i hope will ease some of their stress, plus the school is fully equipped to deal with meltdowns and the such. Im hoping this gives me my happy go lucky kids back rather than the stressed out kids they have been lately.
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June 23rd, 2012, 05:54 AM
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We moved last summer so my kids started a new school this past fall. Alex actually did very well, it was Katie (my non having autism daughter) who had more issues with the transition but that could have been because she went from half day 4 year old kindergarten to all day 5 year old kindergarten. I hope the move goes smoothly for you.
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June 23rd, 2012, 02:22 PM
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Thanks Linda, we are telling them monday, and they are going in wednesday for the day to see the new school and meet their new classmates. Im so nervous about telling them, i really have no clue as to how they will take it. But i know its the best thing in the long run for them as the old school was so stressful for both them and us.
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