How the heck to do you execute this with a full time job and 2 kids. One of the kids is Autistic. How do you deal with your stress adn the stress of your children- particularly the stress of the Autistic child and find a place to live while packing up everything you own to be ready to go out the door. How do you explain to you kids that we have to move because I checked the wrong box on a form at the leasing time with the apt. How do you deal with changing your autistic sons school AGAIN. How am I going to survive this.Answer Question
Asked by Anonymous at 7:07 AM on Nov. 6, 2013 in Special Needs
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Answer by Bmat at 9:08 AM on Nov. 6, 2013
Well, first I exhaust my options for housing in the area. Hopefully I would find something that was in the same school zone so my child wouldn't have to switch schools. Then I would speak with the office at the school and ask that my child be able to attend school at least through the middle of the year (winter break) if not the whole year. This is only if I could also find housing in the area where I would still be able to drop off and pick up my child at school. There is no time to panic and that won't do any good anyhow. Stress can be hard to deal with, but with such a short amount of time I would probably just get myself in gear and do what I had to do to make it happen.
Answer by QuinnMae at 9:28 AM on Nov. 6, 2013
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