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my daughter lately, not normal, hits every day at school/fights, is4yr

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1 year ago
My daughter started her 4 day a week preschool adding to her normal 3 day a week morning preschool/playschool, but with the new preschool it seems to have started with my daughter learning to hit, kick, throw toys at other kids, tempers, always fighting against goign to school. but not it is spreading to home and her other normal preschool/playschool. there are signs she could have autism borderline and same for adhd borderline but not sure yet. she is normally a very sweet and great listener and always willing to share and play with all ages.. until recently. can you help? we have tried everything for the entire school year. about ready to pull her out all together. she says she is in trouble every day at school. always complaining about the kids bullying her but the teachers say she is the one being mean. i spent a day in teh school and saw both sides of one day of visiting. my daughter doesnt seem happy at all. can you help? so far everyone who has witnessed the school thinks it is the teacher which i have spoken to or have gone with me to the school. a teacher who is not very nice.

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1 year ago
I'm not sure if I'm understanding right. She had been going to a preschool for mornings, three days a week. And now she's going four days a week at another school in addition to her old school, or instead of the old school?Regardless, it sounds like this new school is not good for her. Any new transition can bring out behavioral changes in kids, but they are usually temporary. Since this has been going on for a few months now, it seems like there is more to it than just the usual adjustment. If I were you, I would pull her out of the new school and keep her at her old one. There probably isn't any reason she needs to be at two schools, especially if she is miserable at one of them. I would also talk with your pediatrician about getting her the proper testing to find out for sure whether or not she has autism and/or adhd. Diagnosing and treating those early is very important. 
1 year ago
i also have to treat the problem as well so that it goes away along with pulling her out.  trying to figure out new ways of treating the problem. we role play, disipline, and many other ways.. but nothing seems to be working to fix the problem.any ideas?she is goign to both. i am a single mother and goign to full time school.  kind of have to have her in something.
1 year ago
i also have to treat the problem as well so that it goes away along with pulling her out.  trying to figure out new ways of treating the problem. we role play, disipline, and many other ways.. but nothing seems to be working to fix the problem.any ideas?she is goign to both. i am a single mother and goign to full time school.  kind of have to have her in something.
1 year ago
thanks for your advice vforventure. 

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