Quoting *Expecting #3*:" I'm with ya on this subject--I wish I could say more to help but i'm dealing with the same issue---only ... [snip!] ... on half days in a smaller classroom.... I am not very pleased with the half day thing but... guess I can't do much about it :/"
Quoting *Expecting #3*:" I will for sure thank you!!! Never thought about that, i'm going to google the number. Yeah, that ... [snip!] ... me! You'd think ya know they have degree's in dealing with children they'd know how to handle him...after all, I have been LOL"
Quoting Manda Papendorf:" My brother will be 11 in December and Has Aspergers and is ADHD. Almost every morning is a fight. Does ... [snip!] ... a weighted blanket. He sleeps so much better now and doesnt wake up as grumpy. He still has his days but it has worked wonders."
Quoting summerbabyX2:" what about a montessori school? they're really good for kids with autism disorders and some districts ... [snip!] ... a very hands on environment where kids learn at their own pace and was developed for kids with disabilites in the beginning"
Quoting lilsoph:" i know he definitely doesnt sleep enough, we go back and forth with melatonin, it always takes him hours ... [snip!] ... 'belong' there... does that make any sense? he still sleeps with the comforter and pillow he had in his crib since he was born"Yes that makes sence, My brother doesnt except anything thats not normal. My mom made His blanket herself and she took him to the store and allowed him to pick out the fabrics he wanted and let him help her pin it up and put the plastic pellets in. So it help a lot that he help make it. They are wonderful! Does he have an OT? My mom and brother sat down with his OT and they explained to him that he would sleep so much better if he gave this new blanket a try and he didnt want to at first but he came around to the idea.
Quoting wilde_mommy:" how long has he been going to school? my son is 6 and has aspergers, it took him a whole month to get ... [snip!] ... a blueberry muffin. I wish I could give more advice but all I can say is time and lots of deep breathing. Hang in there mama"
Quoting Manda Papendorf:" Yes that makes sence, My brother doesnt except anything thats not normal. My mom made His blanket herself ... [snip!] ... a try and he didnt want to at first but he came around to the idea. I totally understand about not excepting something new."