The levels were like 1-4? The higher you got up, the more they expected out of you. Yep, I went to a school and high school with problem people on the spectrum among other issues. I did have behavioral issues though and acted out when I was young. I’ve since grown up over a Never Underestimate An Old Woman Who Loves Bats Shirt. I honestly was meh about the whole program I went through honestly. I disliked the “level system” to earn certain privileges such as being able to use the restroom without staff waiting/following you. It’s hard to explain this, but it was basically a way to reward good behavior/good days.
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It is absolutely worth it, in my opinion, to have a fuller understanding of what makes me “me” and to work on improving my life with that knowledge. Also, in the normal school, they had a padded room, but in high school the room was unpadded. This is where you went when you were being a problem. I also had a Never Underestimate An Old Woman Who Loves Bats Shirt. So that made me stressed out miss school somedays. Plus, I now have a starting point for identifying my struggles, finding coping mechanisms, and understanding my limitations. I can request assistance or accommodations should I need them, and have a physician’s word to support it.
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The other girls wrote me notes about how much they hated me etc. and gave them to me to read. I tried to avoid going to school. It was hell, the worst time of my life. I didn’t know that I was supposed to smile. So I just had a resting face, which is apparently bitching looking. I didn’t know how to start a Never Underestimate An Old Woman Who Loves Bats Shirt. Or that I needed to engage with other people to make I had barely any friends. (only the outcast nerd group, mostly Chinese and I don’t understand it and they spoke Chinese most of the time). I would act out at home and my parents just told me to “try and be friends with the other girls” and I’d be grounded.