Quoting Bethyboo wants a VBAC!:" Maybe tell the therapist that she is obviously distracted by him & you think she needs to be taught alone. ... [snip!] ... boy but she has to learn those skills. He might not always act that way either. He could have been excited she was there."
That's very true, as well. And that didn't even dawn on me until you just said it. My SO has two Autistic nephews and when they are around people they really like or haven't seen in awhile they go all over the house running around and around. And swinging their hands and such. I'm going to give it another class or two. Hopefully if it keeps distracting Peyton, she will mention one on one sessions again, so I want have to bring it up. I know this child can't help it. I've been around kids just like him and I know they don't act out on purpose or mean to be distracting or to distract others. I don't even mind Peyton being around this child, I just don't want it to interfere with her speech therapy sessions.