HI, this is a topic that I have had first hand experience. If I were you, talking with a macho coach is a joke. and there are many of them. If he cant understand, i suggest next the principal and then on up the scale, then to the school board. If then they wont listen to you, by law you can have a case worker, a child advocate, at no expense to you who is a person who will then handle your situation. I am a patient person who also has the backbone of a sweet little bull dog.
Please let us know how it works out. I know that the result will be for you and your Son.....best regards Cathy
I am 62 years old. I was diagnosed with clinical depression 30 yrs. ago. Followed by: Fibromyalgia, spinal stenosis, arthritis, Neuropathy in both feet and lower legs for 8 years. Recently have neuropathy like burning in both hands and arms, possibly from damage to my neck.. I was diagnosed with diabetes about 4 months ago so my neuropathy is still diagnosed as idiopathic. Fibro and CFS.