My DS 3.5 has SPD and possibly ADHD. He has been in this daycare for over a year now, also attends preschool in am.
I have always been very open and spent alot of time educating his daycare teachers about SPD and brought many things in for him and all the kids to do each day that are sensory based. I explained to them over and over again that they need to do sensory stuff each day to avoid outbursts. So they continue NOT to do any of the sensory stuff we have provided to them.
I pick him up yesterday and one of the teachers told me he was in time out in office. I asked why, she said the other teacher put him there, so I asked her, she said he didn't want to get off computer and then when she removed him she said he threw himself on floor and kicked and screamed and in the midst of this the teacher got kicked in the leg. I appologized to her for his behavior and she said "I don't let any kid act like that" my reply, "you don't need to get defensive with me, I am asking what happened that's it."
This teacher is always finding fault and very defensive about everything. She is not his main teacher and his main teacher is much more willing to do things. I said and what sort of sensory things have you guys been doing lately, that's right nothing, you refuse to do it, so even though I am not condoning him having a tantrum and I agree with you sending him to the office for timeout, if you don't do anything to prevent it then I don't really want you to be complaining about it. I have spoken to the directors and they agree that they should be doing these things and they agree that they way the teacher is speaking to me is not ok and yet it continues to happen.
I am so over explaining this to them over and over and over and them still harping on it. He goes for weeks and weeks without any issue and has one bad day and it's like the world has ended.
I am always open to them and yet I am sick of them not following thru. Anyone have any words of wisdom to get this thru to them. Specifically this one teacher. I appreciate any advice. TIA.