I attend a language class one day per week (I am an immigrant here). I went to register for classes last week and had to bring my 3.5 year old along with me. He is a handful, for sure, basically wanting to touch everything in the room. Normally I would not bring him, but she said I had to come at that specific time and I had no babysitter.
The director said to me "You should put him in a CPE [government daycare] full-time, I have never seen a child like that before, they are professionals and they will fix him for you, you are in way over your head".
I found this horribly offensive. I understand he is a difficult child (tell me about it!), but I think was really OTT. I just walked out in shock, I didn't know what to say. My son has been diagnosed with autism this week, as if that was not enough. Should I make a formal complaint? Is this warranted? I certainly don't expect anyone to praise him for being like that, but I don't think it's okay to insult me as a parent for it, you would think that at almost 4, he cannot talk, that "fixing him" goes beyond a daycare!
I want to send her a nasty e-mail (of course I will NOT), but should I say something?