Student struggles continuously in social situations, especially at recess and unstructured settings (library, lunch); sometimes picked on by other children and teased at recess.
Parents have done their best over the years and child sees outside psychological professional regularly. That “system” has provided the parents with terms like “ADHD”, “depression”, “anxiety”.
Many times in the public school “system”, these children are found eligible for special education under an eligibility category called “Other Health Impaired” (OHI). Other students may be eligible for accommodations under a “504” plan.
However, in the mainstream, some of these children are considered to be affected by “Asperger Syndrome”. Wikipedia provides a definition worth pondering. Multiple, beneficial resources of information exist for parents and schools of these children.
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