Andrew St. Vincent’s parents pose questions around the coffee table as the middle-schooler with autism builds a Lego city. They want to know about the room. “So you were in there by yourself?” his mother asks. “When would you be in that room?” his father
‘Seclusion rooms’ for autistic students raise questions
2016-11-10T10:12:13-05:00By Ollibean|Categories: Advocacy, Articles, General, Inclusive Education, Parenting|Tags: all disabilities, Autism Spectrum Disorders, developmental disabilities, IEP, Individualized Education Plan, restraint and seclusion, seclusion, seclusion rooms|0 Comments
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