My son is 5yrs and been diagnosed with ASD and i am really confused as he behaves totally different at school compared to home. At home he is very demanding, anxious, aggressive, has no concept of time, is a risk to himself, if he gets something in his head its impossible to stop him from doing it, doesnt listen, spins contiously if stressed out, has obsessions, major tanturms. Yet today i have been to his school for a parents interview and he is completely different he does have a full time one to one support but he waits, takes turns, listens, shows no sign of being stressed out yet when he comes in from school he normally strips all his uniform off and has a complete meltdown. Is it normal for them to be able to control there behaviour all day then revert back to it when home. I am so confused and feel like its just all happening at home and reckon people just think i make it all up, i have to even walk him using a wrist strap for his own saftey as he runs out infront of cars yet he can go on school trips and doesnt attempt to run off. Why is everything just with me, i am a single mum and beginning to think maybe there is nothing wrong with him i just cant control him what am i doing so wrong????????
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