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You did well to leave him,im too clingy myself!
Do you think he will adapt at all long term to the club?
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Thats good he enjoys his club, my daniel he doesnt enjoy going to wee clubs like that he just wants to stay at home after school.
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I was only outside the door though Daniel. And Karen, he does't normally like to go out but he has a fascination with ninjas at the moment so I thought I would make the most of it lol
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I really hope he can do it,it would be an amazing achievement for him.
But saying that even if he goes to only 3 sessions and enjoys them at least he got some enjoyment from it.
Its trial and error really isnt it....
At least you are trying new things so keep up the good work!
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Well I have to pay for a years membership next time we go so I have told him if he goes again he will have to attend every week as part of his new routine!!! I am fed up of giving money to groups/lessons, only to stop 2/3 weeks later!!!

He really did show some good concentration though - he usually has none. And one of the other parents said that the other autistic boy has really come on in the group as he used to wander around when he first started. I really hope he will stick to this and it will not be another fly by night idea!!


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