Hes called Paul Blind in one eye. Has Dyslexia. And a bit of learning difficulties Noticed something worrying. Me and my doughtier Kerry and her 2 girls aged 3 and 6 Was in the car. With Paul after picking him up. We noticed a smell. Me and Kerry thought it was one of the girls. But it was Paul. He made a mess in his pants. He didn't say or asked. If he needed the bathroom
I think you need to have a conversation with him about whether or not he knows it is happening; it is an embarrassing subject for teen, but it could really cause major problems in certain situations. If it is nerves, then he would probably be aware, but if it is medical he might not. Putting him in diapers may be very damaging for his self esteem. I would discuss it with doc before resorting to that as a solution.
spoke to his special needs teachers At his school. They said he had a couple of accidents now and again. But not has bad as i was describing. Do you think its because. Hes in a home environment. And that he feels more safer in a school envirorment .
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