Quoting BabyMamax5:" I know how you feel, my 5 yr old is disabled along with having some mental/learning issues and he cries ... [snip!] ... how can I tell him honestly it will get better?? From one frustrated mom to another.....I completely understand your concerns!"
I'm so sorry to hear how your son is treated at school! That was one of the reasons why we decided to homeschool my son. He's 7 but pretty much at a 3-4 year old level. He's also disabled. He started having seizures at age 2 1/2 and was averaging about 1-4 seizures a day. After everything he finally underwent sugery 1 year ago yesterday to remove part of his affected brain to hopefully reduce his seizures significantly! Well, I'm happy to say yesterday we celebrated 1 year seizure free!! But he's significantly developmentally delayed like I said he's 7 but more so about 3 or 4 and the way kids are now-a-days scares the crap out of me! So homeschooling is best for now I think, he's a happy kid and that's all that matters to me! But when he was in kinder at our public school here, in special ed. none the less the teachers thought he was "playing us" as far as how he acted or post seizures completely riduclous and insulting! I'm sorry but he doesn't even understand that he doesn't know how to lie or "pretend" it was frustrating! Anyways sorry about the rambling it just obviously hits close to home having a disabled child and how mean the world can be!