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Not all children will be suited to going into the mainstream setting.Those with more severe levels of disability may need to go to a special school or special class within a school.For the past few years Jack has attended Clondrinagh National School in Clare, a small school with just 19 children. Although he has a learning disability and sensory processing disorder, he is no longer classed as severely autistic, but mildly autistic.Much of his progress, according to his mum, is down to the education he has received at Clondrinagh.“When he was smaller he was non-verbal, whereas now he can verbalise.Mainstream school has made a fantastic difference,” she says.Denis Sexton, member of the Irish Society for Autism and a former vice-principal, says he was sceptical about school integration back in the 1990s but has since been converted, having seen the significant benefits it offers children. The fact that the child has made it to secondary school is a fair indication that he’s in the upper end of the system,” he says.Shannon Eidman, community outreach co-ordinator with Irish Autism Action, says the primary benefit of integration for children with autism is socialisation.
It brings benefits not only to the child themselves but to the wider population in that school.
When we moved to our second school, we nearly had a red carpet rolled out.