the dr sent a paper for the teacher to fill out asking her all kids of questions about adams behavior at school. does he follow directions,never, easily distracted, always, doing tasks as told, never, stays in seat unless told to get up, no, pays attention to tasks, no, it goes on and on all kids of really good questions. would that not justify a one on one assistant for adam in school? i know for a fact that adam can learn to do anything BUT he has to have someone with him from begining to end helping him every step of the way until he gets it, the more he has someone right there with him the faster he learns to do it on his own. am i thinking this wrong or isnt that the way it is with autistic kids? meaning that is how they learn, it may take longer, even alot longer then the average kid, but that is just the way it is. so shouldnt this list of questions and answers be enough to justify a one on one assistant for adam at school?
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