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Aspieparent Fri 10-Nov-17 17:33:52

Ds is 4 and in preschool. He has sn not sure exactly what yet just that he has 2 to 3 years delay in development in everything. Because of this he is a very quiet child who doesn't defend himself. Thinks everyone is friendly. So is very vulnerable.
A few weeks ago a child bit my ds threw a thick jumper and actually left a horrible bruise and broke the skin. The nursery said that my son never provoked him the boy just want over and bit him and that the boy is also sn and that he bites everyone.
Picked ds up today and was greeted with ds has had a altercation with a boy the boy took the car off ds that ds built from construction blocks and then bit ds. Ds said it was x ( Same boy as before) I built my car and x came and took it and bit me.
Now the thing that's bother me is the fact the nursery are reporting that a altercation happend and imply in both boys did something but from ds account and nurseries own account actually my ds was attacked yet again.
The aibu bit is am I just be a silly mum treating him like a special little snowflake or should I address this with nursery to get the report changed to the fact my ds was attacked no actual altercation happened.

Poshindevon Fri 10-Nov-17 18:47:02

Biting usually takes place at an earlier age. I would be concerned that a 4 year old is biting other children and in particular your son. I would take this matter up with the nursery management imeadiately not just to change a report but because your child has twice been hurt in their care.

Notreallyarsed Fri 10-Nov-17 18:52:50

The nursery said that my son never provoked him the boy just want over and bit him and that the boy is also sn and that he bites everyone

That tells me that their professional standards aren’t up to scratch. They shouldn’t under any circumstances discuss another child’s SN/diagnosis with another parent. That and the fact they haven’t put anything in place to stop future incidents.

Aspieparent Fri 10-Nov-17 18:55:54

I have taken it up already the fact he is getting bitten I got a speech on how the other boy is sn like your ds and struggles like I should be more sympathetic. I am going to take it up again. But don't want to be horrible. And I am already seen as being picky and hardwork because I stand up for my son.

Aspieparent Fri 10-Nov-17 18:58:13

I have just read the report on the online parent area it says.
A child took car of little Aspie. Little Aspie moved car back which resulted in little Aspie being bitten by child.

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