Have you taken him to the school district for an evaluation? The local schools provide services for children ages 3-5 and if he needs support due to delays (and these might include speech or behavior problems) they sometimes offer a preschool program free of charge. If nothing else, even if he does not qualify for services, they will evaluate him for free and may provide you with some suggestions for handling his behavior at home.
It is also possible they could connect you with a program such as Head Start or other local program that is available for low income families, if you meet the financial criteria. We have a program in our district for "typical" peer models that is income based and kids attend free. The classroom is mixed and is taught by a special education teacher used to supporting children with behavioral problems.
Last edited by Gwenn; 04-10-2014 at 02:41 PM.
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