• I am a lone wolf?

    so i am a werewolf, not going to say no hate bc u can do whatever the **** you wanna but i am a real werewolf with no pack, 12yr female if anyone would like to start a pack or let me join theirs leave your #, sc or insta and we will talk
    so i am a werewolf, not going to say no hate bc u can do whatever the **** you wanna but i am a real werewolf with no pack, 12yr female if anyone would like to start a pack or let me join theirs leave your #, sc or insta and we will talk
    4 answers · 5 hours ago
  • Teachers; 13yo on IEP still fails classes?

    He’s on an IEP for ASD, adhd & anxiety. I’m emailing his teachers weekly to be sure he’s on track. Not all of the teachers respond so I never know how things are going. Then we get report cards and I see he’s failed a class. Isn’t the point of an IEP is to prevent that from happening? The school thinks I’m... show more
    He’s on an IEP for ASD, adhd & anxiety. I’m emailing his teachers weekly to be sure he’s on track. Not all of the teachers respond so I never know how things are going. Then we get report cards and I see he’s failed a class. Isn’t the point of an IEP is to prevent that from happening? The school thinks I’m being ridiculous
    9 answers · 3 days ago
  • I took an iq test from my psychiatrist. they told me i dont have learning disabilities. what is the issue i have called?

    https://mail.yahoo.com/d/folders/2/messa... thats a link to the assement conducted by my psychiatrist.
    https://mail.yahoo.com/d/folders/2/messa... thats a link to the assement conducted by my psychiatrist.
    7 answers · 6 days ago
  • Why do parents get so upset when their autistic kids forget to say “thank you” or use other manners?

    It’s 2018 and even with all the awareness of autism, autistic kids are still screamed at and punished for forgetting to say just a couple of words. It is very hard for people with autism to learn and remember these things. Please just let them get away with it. If someone doesn’t say thank you, just think they’re... show more
    It’s 2018 and even with all the awareness of autism, autistic kids are still screamed at and punished for forgetting to say just a couple of words. It is very hard for people with autism to learn and remember these things. Please just let them get away with it. If someone doesn’t say thank you, just think they’re autistic
    6 answers · 5 days ago
  • What do low functioning autistic teens do after graduating high school?

    I'm a bit concerned. I don't think my friends parents are going to put my friends brother through continued education until he's 21. he just graduated this month, age 18, and I don't think he's doing anything other than staying home and going on youtube. He can't live on his own or do much... show more
    I'm a bit concerned. I don't think my friends parents are going to put my friends brother through continued education until he's 21. he just graduated this month, age 18, and I don't think he's doing anything other than staying home and going on youtube. He can't live on his own or do much of anything for himself. What will become of this?? Please no rude answers as I am only concerned...
    8 answers · 2 weeks ago
  • My Child has Learning Disability and Autism, does he have to go to summer school?

    My child is 15 and goes to a public high school in New York state. He is almost failing all classes. He has a bad learning disability where he comprehends as a 5th grader, and he is in 10th grade. He also just been diagnosed with autism. Would he have to go summer school if he failed his regents, or it is illegal... show more
    My child is 15 and goes to a public high school in New York state. He is almost failing all classes. He has a bad learning disability where he comprehends as a 5th grader, and he is in 10th grade. He also just been diagnosed with autism. Would he have to go summer school if he failed his regents, or it is illegal for them to send him to summer school to retake his tests.
    10 answers · 2 weeks ago
  • What to do about autistic child who wears diapers at night?

    Our son is 7 and autistic. He has recently outgrown diapers during the day, but still wears them at night. The doctor says he will likely be out of them by age 10 or 11. I change him every morning, but my husband thinks we should teach him to change his own diapers. Husband thinks that it's not appropriate... show more
    Our son is 7 and autistic. He has recently outgrown diapers during the day, but still wears them at night. The doctor says he will likely be out of them by age 10 or 11. I change him every morning, but my husband thinks we should teach him to change his own diapers. Husband thinks that it's not appropriate at his age for me to be changing him. My opinion: - It's very difficult to change one's own diapers, especially for an autistic child. He's likely to make a mess, or not do a good enough job wiping himself. - It's not a skill he will need once he outgrows this. - It's MUCH easier for him. Changing one's own diapers is very difficult, esp for an autistic child. If I do it, all he has to do is lie down and let me do the work. - If I change him, I can use baby wipes. They do a better job cleaning than toilet paper. (And "flushable" wipes really aren't flushable) If he weren't autistic, this would be a very different situation, and then again he would have been potty trained years ago. Am I being reasonable? Or is my husband right?
    6 answers · 3 weeks ago
  • What kinds of sheltered workshop jobs are appropriate for someone who is non verbal?

    I have a student who will most likely be apart of a sheltered workshop. She is non verbal, hates loud noises and crowds, and has limited motor skills. What types of sheltered workshop jobs would be good for her?
    I have a student who will most likely be apart of a sheltered workshop. She is non verbal, hates loud noises and crowds, and has limited motor skills. What types of sheltered workshop jobs would be good for her?
    6 answers · 3 weeks ago
  • Can somebody who’s mentally challenged really can get better in life?

    Because- I’ve meet someone online, and she was once on a severe level, and she became very mild functioning after what she told me.
    Because- I’ve meet someone online, and she was once on a severe level, and she became very mild functioning after what she told me.
    5 answers · 3 weeks ago