I am just wondering from anyone who can give me some insight. My little boy Brett 3 years old is currently diagnosed PDD-NOS/Mildly affected/Hyperlexia/Anxiety Disorder. My neuro thinks he is aspergers, well so do I. He is very bright, can read, count, add well needless to say very strong with academics. My questions, he has a really hard time meeting new people in school. Like if a new child starts he really has a difficult time, needs constant reasurrance that everything will be ok. He kinda looses his mind if things are different in school and or at home. He needs to reassured all the time when we are going out as a family that everyone is coming and know one has been left behind. Should I keep reassuring him constantly or am I feeding him the anxiety. What do you think should be done in school to help him understand that new children and teachers are going to come and go? I would really appreciate any insight to this. Mostly his anxiety is really high. Not sure how to reassure him. Thank you Denise
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