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D&D: Should SN kids face the same consequences? user banned
5th Mar '13

Another post got me thinking about this.




Should Autistic children face the same consequences as NT children?



Why? Why not?

Jillian Lindsey 2 kids; Mosheim, Tennessee 2354 posts
5th Mar '13
Quoting Jax in the Tardis:" Another post got me thinking about this. Should Autistic children face the same consequences as NT children? Why? Why not?"


to a point yes if the child knows its wrong to hit but choses to hit someone they should get the same punishment as any other child

Pey and Trista's mommy Due January 5; 2 kids; 2 angel babies; Houston, Texas 42503 posts
5th Mar '13

That is a question that would have to go into much deeper detail because the Autism spectrum is soooo wide.

Mommy of a giggler! 2 kids; Edmonton, Alberta 9017 posts
5th Mar '13

Depends on the child, the action and the situation.

For instance, taking away a toy/privelage from some autistic children does no good. For some it's absolutly devestating and can cause days of meltdowns.

Vitameatavegamin 19 kids; League City, Texas 5829 posts
5th Mar '13
Quoting Mel & a girl named Pey:" That is a question that would have to go into much deeper detail because the Autism spectrum is soooo wide."


Agree. Can't really answer this as it's circumstantial and really a child-to-child basis.



OT-You're due on my birthday :)

user banned Nassau, BA, Bahamas 5125 posts
5th Mar '13

To an extent, if they understand the consequence. Obviously time outs and such are more difficult, but definitely loss of privelages etc.

Pey and Trista's mommy Due January 5; 2 kids; 2 angel babies; Houston, Texas 42503 posts
5th Mar '13
Quoting Lady GooGoo
❀Sarah❀ 2 kids; Cocking, EU, Europe 121521 posts
5th Mar '13

Depends completely on the child, IMO. Autism is such a wide spectrum and affects each diagnosed child differently. You would have to take into account their developmental level, just so many factors.

user banned Shreveport, Louisiana 66739 posts
5th Mar '13
Quoting Sarah Bare-ah♡:" Depends completely on the child, IMO. Autism is such a wide spectrum and affects each diagnosed child differently. You would have to take into account their developmental level, just so many factors."

THIS I have two aspergers siblings who are 100% different than my friends aspergers children, who are also 100% different from me (i am also neuro-atypical w/o a diagnosis)

Vitameatavegamin 19 kids; League City, Texas 5829 posts
5th Mar '13
Quoting Mel & a girl named Pey:" :) She prolly won't make it that far tho! :( My cervix is a p.o.s.!"


Lol too bad. May 9th is a fine day... until you become a Mom and then every birthday gifts also counts as your Mother's Day gift :( oh well haha

user banned 2 kids; North Pole, Alaska 12410 posts
5th Mar '13

I'll use my son as an example.



He's four years old in preschool. He doesn't understand hurting people. He doesn't get that he's hurting kids. They all fight but he's been in like 6 fights I think. They are super understanding and it's never been an issue.



If you were the parent of another child in his class would you be pissed that he doesn't get the same treatment as your child ( assuming your child fighting too )

Pey and Trista's mommy Due January 5; 2 kids; 2 angel babies; Houston, Texas 42503 posts
5th Mar '13
Quoting Lady GooGoo
Mommy of a giggler! 2 kids; Edmonton, Alberta 9017 posts
5th Mar '13
Quoting Jax in the Tardis:" I'll use my son as an example. He's four years old in preschool. He doesn't understand hurting people. ... [snip!] ... in his class would you be pissed that he doesn't get the same treatment as your child ( assuming your child fighting too )"


No, because it's a totally different level of understanding.

I would be annoyed if it was happening and no body was stepping in to stop it though.

Vitameatavegamin 19 kids; League City, Texas 5829 posts
5th Mar '13
Quoting Mel & a girl named Pey:" lol That is so bittersweet! Happy birthmother's day! :P"


Yep lol. :)

user banned 2 kids; North Pole, Alaska 12410 posts
5th Mar '13
Quoting Mommy of a giggler!:" No, because it's a totally different level of understanding. I would be annoyed if it was happening and no body was stepping in to stop it though."


There are two teachers in there so I'm surprised it's happened so much. He's also wandered out of class. I happened to be walking by his room to have an IEP meeting and saw him walking out of the room.