the oldest had to go on special needs bus last year due to all the trouble she was having on the bus. 1 it was to loud which would set her off into meltdown and the driver would not turn music on even low for her so she would sing to calm herself and she got yelled at for it. the younger daughter has this thing about crying over everything and gets really angry. the younger daughter bus driver has been trying to have cps called in on me. because of the these things. number 1 i have explained to him what was going on, i have the school and counselors who know what i am doing to help my kids and that i am a good mom. they have told me that and my mom to. my daughter had a tantrum and meltdown with them and they could not calm her down they put her on speaker phone i reminded her about what is behavior is expected and to breathe. but i would like to know where this driver thinks it is his business to access what is going on when he only seen the kids for 1 hour total per day and does not really know about autism and disabilities. anyone else go through this, and by the way i was told that the school and counselors will stand up for me and my kids. that i am doing everything i can possibly do for them to help them. i am so upset and not looking forward to the start of school again as who knows what he will do next.
Answer by matthewscandi at 2:07 PM on Jul. 8, 2011
Answer by ImaginationMama at 1:27 PM on Jul. 8, 2011
Im not going to pretend that I know how you feel but I do understand how frustrating as a parent it is to have a child with what I like to call "issues" My son has his own issues and some days all I feel like doing is crying because Im so frustrated! People never will understand what you go through as a parent until they are in the situation themselves. I hate getting advice from other parents who have no clue how to handle my kid and tell me what Im doing wrong. As moms we do our best to provide the best for our children, making them feel loved and letting them know they will never be alone. You are not alone! The best advice I can give you (which may not mean a lot) Moms need breaks too, its great to destress so you can handle another day. Know that you are givingit your all and that your babies love you. Try, as hard as it may be, to not let other people stress you out You have nothing to worry about
Answer by dedicatedmama2 at 1:47 PM on Jul. 8, 2011
Answer by Anonymous at 1:31 PM on Jul. 8, 2011