i always thoroughly question any caregiver or teacher that comes in contact with my son. an ex-friend of mine once told me that the best teachers were those who had children who were special needs, and i think she was right. i want to know why people choose to work with disabled children...in noah's case, it is especially important because his verbal skills are limited. therefore, i want to know everything about the person who is spending eight hours a day with my son. i encourage other parents to do the same...and, to the teachers and respite workers on this forum...i am curious..why do you choose to work with those who are autistic?
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