Felix’s mother Chloe Letica believed some of her son’s behaviours might have been avoided if he was offered more support. She is now home-schooling him. “It is infuriating,” she said. “He has a legal human right to an inclusive education.”
Ms Letica believed he could have stayed in his mainstream school if he had an ongoing one-on-one aide in class to help manage his behaviour stemming from his autism, but she said he could not get that full-time support.
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- Education, Training, Early Intervention
- Norman Hermant
- ABC Online
- Date published:
- Mon 28th Oct, 2019