I have a student who has Autism. He is 15 and he has been having extremely violent outburst for 3 weeks. I have been documenting each incident, have talked to my chair, principal and the Sped Assistant Director; all before I talked with his mom. After trying to do ABA with him, I did what his mom suggested as well as the chair and director. My principal said it was out of of her area. Nothing they have suggested has worked. He has pushed me down once this week, slammed me into a brick wall, hit my assistant with a broom, and slapped me on my arm with both his open fist so hard that I was bruised. I need someone to tell me any ideas on how to redirect his outburst. His stimming has gotten so loud that it is disturbing the other students in reg ed classes. I do not think rewarding him with music, food and sleep is acceptable, for this behavior. He has taken his belt off several times and swung at me, but he keeps calling me momma and giving me his belt. When i say no put your belt back, I am not going to hit you, he charges me. For the last three months he has been in my class I have put him on a different schedule but he won't follow it. The last teacherlet him sleep all day and fed him soda and chips to keep him quiet. What do I do? I fear for the safety of my other students, my aide, and myself.