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supercrutch

supercrutch Report 5 Jan 2013 10:37

Thanks for replies, I am still mulling it over :-(

MrDaff

MrDaff Report 5 Jan 2013 13:45

I go along with Cynthia and Tec, especially having some 'second-hand knowledge' regarding autism in children and young adults.

As for the IQ test, this does not measure social skills.

From the math, this lad, with an IQ of 58, has a mental age of a 7 yo.

Frankly, I know a number of 7 yo's who know the difference between right and wrong etc. Thus the problem must lie elsewhere, and referral to a Special Needs school would seem to be beckoning, imo.