Hello all. Reading a few recent posts/replies has got me wondering again.
Bit of background...my son is 5 , and has "anxiety issues, social communication issues, sensory processing issues, attention issues, attachment issues" and described as a "patchy" profile. He is very bright, and very verbal (!). He has no diagnosis. He finds school very nerve wracking, mostly from the sensory and social perspective at the moment. Though struggles with fear of failing too. He can be very literal and pedantic.
He has a visual timetable which they use erratically, and he is allowed to go to the reading room to escape when he has. sensory overload, but that's pretty much all they provide him with.
What support do your children need at school? What supports have helped or not helped? How do the school perceive your children?
Do you think that the methods of support for autistic children would meet the needs of your children, or do FAS children need something slightly different? I mean, does your FAS diagnosis bring support that is unique to FAS or do the school manage with general strategies common to all SEN.
Sorry for all the questions and the long message. It will be very interesting to hear people's experiences.