For single mom Nicky Rayment, the threatened closure of Queen Alexandra Elementary is a lot more than just shutting the doors and moving on.
For a year, Rayment has worked hard to establish a routine for her six-year-old autistic son Andrew, so that he can go to school and attend after-school care on the same premises.
As a working mom, she can’t suddenly leave work to move Andrew from location to location.
But Andrew’s life is about to get a lot more complicated, as he and his friends will spread to six different schools if the Vancouver School Board is forced to close Queen Alexandra and the on-premises daycare.
via Autistic child’s tenuous links threatened.
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