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Old 04-20-17, 09:13 PM
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Re: Educational Autism brought up by school

"Educational autism" is normally a term used by schools to weasel out of providing legally-required services, such as "We're aware that three doctors have diagnosed autism, but since we don't feel he has educational autism, we don't have to listen to those silly doctors".

When they say he does have that, you should take it for all it's worth to get him the services HE needs - not necessarily the ones the school feels like giving him.
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