Remember Liam 7yo
I have had you all on my mind these last few months. Isn't it amazing when you find a school/district that GETS it:)) You have all been so brave via all this. My Liam started to transform with the right placement, right about 3rd grade.
Yea you for being in my pov, this week's Mom of the board;)
I am so glad to hear that things are going better and you have a better placement for Liam. Sometimes it is the placement and individuals who make all the difference.
Never heard of that program. Glad you found it.
Molly, you've been in my thoughts and prayers. I'm sorry you had to hit rock bottom in such a way, but I am glad it seems to be resulting in better help and support for Liam. I hope things continue to improve.
Kirsty, mum to Euan (11, Aspergers) Rohan (7, NT) and Maeve (4, NT)
"My definition of housework is to sweep the room with a glance"
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I am so glad that you are making it through this.
i had been wondering how things were going. Sorry you had such a hard time, but glad that it turned out right in the end. Having a good placement makes a world of difference, doesn't it?
Now to do some self-care and get your home life back in order....lol
Andrea, mom to
Graham Miles Anson
Thank you ALL for the thoughts, prayers, support and aknowledgement of what i have been through.
Your family has been in our prayers.