If your child has been diagnosed with autism, you need to get his or her life has normal and structured as possible so they can thrive in their environment. That includes obtaining the appropriate education. You need to find a school that caters to autistic children in order to have the right balance of education necessary in a structured class.A special education teacher is specially trained to work with children with autism. They know how to help them understand and they work to build up a trust between themselves and the teacher. There are special training classes that a special education teacher must go through before they qualify to teach special education.When first introducing your autistic child to their special education teacher, it is important to only speak kindly about him or her, even if you have a problem with the teacher. Don’t ever pass those harsh feelings onto your child. If you do, your child may not feel as comfortable with the teacher as you want them to and this could ruin your child’s day at school everyday.On the first day, it is important that you take your child to school to meet his special education teacher. Don’t cause over excitement in your child waiting on this day. Simply mention the new teacher’s name and how they will learn new things with them. Your child needs to create a sense of acceptance and be prepared to adjust to their new structured schedule.It’s always important to keep things as steady as possible when it comes to your child’s schedule. They need to start their schedule off on the right foot by going to bed at the same time each night. In the morning, you should have a routine that is easy to accomplish and can be done realistically. Don’t set the standards so high that if you are sick or someone else is doing the schedule for you in your absence, they will have a hard time doing so. You want to offer your child a breakfast, an opportunity to get dressed, time for personal hygiene, and to have time to mentally adjust to the change from home to school.While in school, the special education teacher should be able to combine a balanced curriculum based on your child’s age and skill level, not based on their autism. However, this teacher is specially trained to deliver the curriculum to their students with autism.No two children have the same symptoms when it comes to autism so a special education teacher with autism is usually careful about how many students they can have in their classroom due to the one-on-one attention that each student will need. In some schools, the teacher will have a helper that will be in charge of assisting one child throughout their day.Your child will be able to be comfortable with this individual and depend on the individual to help them every day they are in school. The added help will depend on many factors such as how severe is the autism? Can your child function better with assistance or by themselves? Does your child need assistance with daily routines? Once it is determined what may be best for your child then the school will accommodate accordingly.