He’s not going to die from autism.
He has to learn.
You need to teach him.
He’s too old for/to ____, ____ or ____.
Now in the last phase of [a major photo] job, Sarah and Hank have rented a professional-quality printer. When Max shows up for an afterschool session, he insists on using the printer and pushes Sarah off the computer, losing her work, despite her and Hank’s best efforts. With the deadline looming, Sarah puts her foot down – no printing for Max until the Surfsport job is done – sending Max into a full-blown tantrum. By the time Sarah gets Max home, he’s calling her a selfish fascist. Rather than apologize to her sister-in-law, Kristina runs after Max. When Adam comes home, an angry Kristina tells Adam all about what happened; clearly, Sarah doesn’t get it, and it’s time to have a talk with her… The next day, a thoughtful Hank can sense Sarah’s still angry about Max. Sarah has found her “thing” in photography and so has Max, which for a kid with Asperger’s can be a life raft on the stormy sea of life.