Hi all. I wanted to hear some other parent experiences on how meltdowns are handled at school, like among upper elementary age kids or older? By meltdown I mean yelling, running away, throwing things, throwing self on floor, etc. At this point I am sometimes being called to school to help, and at times taking my son home. I'm currently asking for a 1:1 aide to be added to his IEP. But can an aide physically remove a child from a room? Principal mentioned sometimes they can use restraint techniques but only under certain conditions (harming self or others) but what about getting a child out of the room to make him go to resource room, etc.? Or when a child is running through the halls? Just trying to figure out what else could be done to help. Thanks!