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    Bullying at school
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    An_255566 posted:
    My child attends a mainstream school. He has been diagnosed with PDD. For the last year a child that is 3 years older than my boy who has Aspergers and a few other conditions has been bullying my boy.
    I have tried going to the school but it was all turned around and my child was blamed as the other child has issues at home. I would like suggestions on how to deal with this as it is affecting my son at home as well. The other child is also going around saying that I am going out for cups of coffee with his Dad who is single but I am not. I have also tried writting a letter to the child's mother about the situation and I recieved a very rude text back claiming it is all my childs fault. I am not claiming my son is an angel but it is getting out of hand. Any suggestions please.
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