Looking for advice or someone with similar experience. I’m

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Looking for advice or someone with similar experience. I’m not sure how to handle this. As my son has never done this before. He started school not to long ago. I’ve been noticing some different behaviors from him lately (His autistic) will today I got a call from his teacher after school that he was pushing kids and they separated him from them and then he started to push and hit the teacher when she was trying to get him to stop. She didn’t call me to let me know when this was happening. She waited four hours after school to call me and tell me.

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Sep 30

@Fohb460 he does have an IEP but hitting and pushing isn’t something he usually does. I think he was just copying what he seen. She called me and asked what I do when he does that and I told her he doesn’t do that at home. He like to copy people. I talked to him and explained that he can’t do that and he felt bad. I honestly think he thought he was just playing around and copying what the other kids do

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Oct 1

@SAdgiRl20014 I think you're probably right because that is very common for kids with autisim to do, it just really sounds like he didn't realize he was hurting anyone. Don't let it get to you just stay on top of it and keep communicating with your son on a daily basis after school. Reminders will help him telling him even if he sees other kids hitting or pushing that he shouldn't do it. I'm sure he felt bad because like you said he doesn't do things like that on his own.

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Oct 1

@Fohb460 his very sensitive and a loving boy when I told him what he did wasn’t okay he felt bad and said he was sorry. Definitely gonna remind him that it’s not okay when even when he sees other people doing it.

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