My daughter does not have AS but her friend does. They are both four and in summer camp and school together. My daughter is very sensitive and her friend is relentless in pushing her buttons. The friend will follow my daughter at a distance of less than 12", repeating a question over and over; she throws things at my daughter and tells her than she "wants to fight". This friend is making my daughter's life so hard. I've met with her mother and we've tried to come up with some strategies but things seem to have gotten worse. I'm sympathetic to the difficulties the family is experiencing but I don't know how to protect my child. Any advice?
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