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Anonymous asked in Education & ReferenceSpecial Education · 2 months ago

Are Regular Schools  are for Children With Asperger's Syndrome. They are always run in to Trouble and being misunderstood.?


They are being Physically , Verbally , Psychologically and  Socially  Bullied in School.  They have no Idea of what they supposed to do.  School overwhelms them.  They have no clue and they just  don't guess what they supposed to do.  All they do is  to  give Money to their Tormentors in order to defend themselves. They believe everybody in Class including the Bullies , Teachers and their Classmates will feel sympathy , empathy , compassion and remorse  for them as a victim.

Update 2:

They are being harassed  regularly . Ninety nine  percent as  they don't tell their  Parents.  It's very difficult for the Parents of an Asperger's child to detect that how many times their love one had been harassed in School.

Update 3:

Children and teenagers with Asperger's  syndrome  becomes Unpopular and an Outcast among their peers.

Update 4:

They look at School and the World as  Chaotic.  And it causes a  Meltdown. 

Update 5:

Most of Children and Teenagers with Asperger's Syndrome carries  FIRE ARMS  to  School  they ended up shooting everybody in School.   

1 Answer

  • Anonymous
    2 months ago

    Your last statement is PURE BS. People with Autism or AS aren't  inherently VIOLENT. And in terms of the school shootings we've seen over the past 25 years or so, most were committed by young men who WEREN'T Autistic and didn't have AS. They were MENTALLY ILL, yes, and most were psychotic at the time of their crimes. But Autism isn't a mental illness.

    Also, not every child or teen with AS or Autism automatically becomes a social outcast. A good many do, yes, but that doesn't mean it's 100% true of every single person who has an Autism spectrum disorder.

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