A Report On Kyle’s 1st Day of School.
September 2, 2014
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September 2, 2014
Written byFrank Campagna
I’m a 48 year old neurotypical dad with a 14 year old son with severe, non-verbal autism & epilepsy. I created this blog to rant about autism & epilepsy while celebrating my son who I affectionately call “the king” :-).
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Hugs to you all. We had a great first week, and then things went down hill. He has even had two meltdowns in the last two weeks after months without one. I hope things go great and stay great for you guys very soon!
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Yes the first week,for us that's high school. For the last few years we have had to do both school and homeschool. For high school it will be the same. PE is big in California the state has rules. So yesterday was our first day at PE. As the teacher went over all the requirements football,basketball etc.. I said what about my child he has Autism what will he be doing. Yes he can walk,run and even play a mean golf game but contact sports not so much. In short I had to remind them that if he could do all the state requirements we would not be having this meeting.Goodluck Kyle and family and once again Thanks for the blogs.
Yes, and thank you for sharing! Hope my suggestion helps someone.
We've been told that kids on the spectrum "graze" ad have a hard time sitting and focusing. Not everyone would approve but we used gummy treats. It start out with one gummy for every bite of meat he ate. Later it became a few gummies at the end of the meal. Now we tend to give some sort of treat after dinner. It's definitely helped!
Sorry you all had a rough first day. Hope the appetite improves too. Always a vicious cycle, isn't it.
Wishing you a better tomorrow. As always I thank you for sharing so openly, and letting us all know we're not alone.
Have a restful nite:)
Sorry to hear about the bad things that occurred today for Kyle and your family alike. I hope tomorrow will be better. Here's to his appetite picking back up and having a better day for you all.