Ok, I get that many children with autism NEED routine and consistency and all that. My son does better on routines, but also does well with spur of the moment things as well.
I think this goes over the line though. Mother is pissed that she's been told her 6 year old with a therapy dog has to switch schools because the special ed teacher at the current school is highly allergic to dog dander. The school they want to move the child to is 5 miles from the current one, and Mom is pitching a fit that the bus ride will now be double and blah blah blah.
I get that accommodations are to be made and all that, but this mother seems to be completely disregarding anyone and anything but her child. What do y'all think?Answer Question
Answer by Dardenella at 4:16 PM on Aug. 23, 2013
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Answer by missanc at 5:38 PM on Aug. 23, 2013
Can't they switch the teacher I mean what's the difference for the grown up. Kids always have a hard time switching schools special needs or not.
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