After almost 2 years, We found a residential placement in NH that said they would take Ryleigh as a student.My family was really hoping this place was going to be a good fit for Ryleigh. After being there for only 5 months I removed my son from this residential facility. It was not a safe place for him. He had bruises on his back. One of the bruises was directly on his spine measuring almost 7 inches long. My son is nonverbal and there are no cameras at this facility so I will never know who hurt my son .
Ryleigh doesn't do remote learning because of his "level" of Autism. He is "level 3" by the way and requires a 1:1 in all areas of life including school. All that's left to offer my son by the school district is 2 hours of tutoring. I really don't get how that justifies a full school day. This system is really messed up and unfair when it comes to kids with special needs.
My son Ryleigh sits home every day with nothing to do. He really loves going to school and being around other kids. Ryleigh has been home for almost 6 months now. He is getting restless and bored. He is very sad and lonely. Life is not meant to be lived within the same 4 walls of your life forever.
However, the main focus is to help me find a residential school for my son Ryleigh. Going to a residential placement will ensure him the therapy that he needs and it'll give him the chance to be around others besides his family. Hes a social person in his own way and likes being around people within a school/home setting. At this point it's not even about getting donations, but rather it's about getting my son the therapy, education, and future that he so rightly deserves. However if you do decide to donate It will be greatly appreciated. Thank you so much for taking the time to read this, now let's make this go viral! :)
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