Someone said :
Know this for a fact do you?
When someone in a group is excluded because he is "disruptive" and "annoying" and "OCD", so his conversations can be outside what people are used to. And when that is a person with special needs, it should be considered.
And all around us, people are excluded from socializing because they are annnoying. People find Sheldon on TV to be endearing, but in real life he would live alone, unemployed, with his mother, and people would be mean to him when he tries to go out of his shell and reach out, because his conversation is not following social conventions.
If you see who I am talking about...