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    Quite frankly your child had every right to be upset, he was playing quietly and the other child was nasty.

    And if anyone shouted at my child I would tell the to sod off!,

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    I have been in the situation where it was my 3 year old DD getting pushed by another child at the park who was older than her. The other parent was busy with another child and I simply told her that her child was pushing younger children around, she went and spoke to her DD about it and apologized to me and DD. I would never have gone up and told her child off even if she didn't talk to them about what they were doing, I definitely would never yell at someone else's child whether they have autism or not doesn't make a difference to me, it's still someone else's child and I don't see it being my place to step in and tell them off.


 

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