I'm freaking out a little. Since its Christmas break, my 5 yr old son has been going to daycare this week. Well today when I picked him up, the providers pulled me aside to let me know he was exhibiting very inappropriate behavior. I am mortified. When it was time to sit down for project time, he protested and ran into the bathroom where one of the providers saw him with his pants down playing with his privates. She made him stop and pull up his pants and brought him in the room for project time . He ran back in to the bathroom and pulled his pants down again and ran into the classroom to show everyone. I don't know what to think. i know it is not normal behavior for a typical 5 year old but is it for a five year old with autism???? I can tell the providers were pretty caught off guard with this behavior and I tried educating them a little but regardless, I am worried about how big of a deal this is. They didn't give him a consiquence. I don't know if they were sure what to do about this situation except notify me and wright it up. I plan on having them better prepared tomorrow but I am discouraged and upset now. I was wondering if any of you experience this at all.
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