Dear TE, your son, you, your family and community have been lied to in the name of 'help' and an education, and abused. See my comments within [...]. Send this to US Congressmen Pete Hoekstra and Robert Schaffer, with a copy to all of your state's Congresspersons and Senators. Sincerely yours, Fred A. Baughman Jr., MD. TE wrote: > > I have totally exausted all hope and faith in the Bellingham School Dist, > when it comes to educating my son. He is 14 yrs. old and without a school. > Our last attempt was with options high school. Options is supposed to be an > alternative for kids who can't make it in the typical mundane classroom > environmant. My son was diagnosed with adhd in 2nd grade and put on addictave > narcotics at the advice of the school and his physician. > > My son is a victim, yes, a victim of empowered adults throughout his > childhood. > > He has been accused of doing things he didn't do. He's been treated like > a freak by teachers and counsellors because he isn't easy to manage . As > a result of accusations by authority figures and years of negative > reenforcement he began behaving very negatively, and getting into trouble. > I hardly blame him.
this is child abuse. It's purpose is to disturb, distress
and upset the child to make appear to validate the ADHD/LD and other
psychiatric diagnoses and to justify their special placement of the
child and their 'treatments'
> He is very smart, able, and willing to learn. He just gets bored > easily, and becomes disruptive. His self esteem is at an all time > low. He, and thousands like him have a right to an education. If > specialized schools with interesting, hands-on, and captivating > curriculum aren't available, they should be! This problem is nationwide. > My son is now a target with the local schools and police. He is a > great kid. Indirectly, he's been told that he's no good right from > the start from authority figures. It's no wonder that he doesn't trust > many people. If you or the school district can't help, let me > appropriate his school funds toward a private school of my choice so I > can get him back to school. > Thank > You, TE