Re: To Homeschool or not Homeschool with Asperger Syndrome
I should add that I also have a son that is autistic, more classically autistic. He has greatly benefited from school since the social deficits were his primary ones. He has made friends and is learning to get along as part of the group. His day is about 2/3 mainstreamed with a para helping him and one other special needs boy. He gets pulled out for reading since he is so far behind, he goes to the lifeskills pe since he can't keep up with his class and then he has another pull out when they do social studies to help him catch up wherever he needs.
Suzi, working mama to my ODS(2004)
and married to the love of my life