I need help,
my son is 4 and he has tremors in his hands, he has issues with fine motor skills, he can do them, but you can noticibly see him shaking when he does it. It doesn't seem to bother him. He also has aggression issues, so much so that the children in his daycare are becomming afraid of him and we are being asked again to leave another center. He will go up to a child and hit him for no reason, throw buckets at them, he ran around the room with scissors the other day and then threw them at the teacher, he tried to choke her with her hood strings then bit her, he tries punching, kicking, bitting etc. He only does this at daycare, he is rough at home but no where near this, he tries none of this with me, only at school, and he is very remorseful afterwards. I am loosing hope, we tried charts, reward systems, not spanking, spanking, timeouts, no toys, no cartoons, we have taken all of his joys away only for him to do it again the following day, with constant reminders. We talk to him about hoe he can't do this and he understands, then does it again. I have an appointment with a neurologist, but can't get in till december, and we have been involved in harbor behavioral, it deals with childrens behavioral problems. But he got better for a while, now were back to this, and now were back to harbor as well, this time a therapist. Anyone got any ideas?
Thank you very much.
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