>I wish that all of these agencies that we work with for special needs kids would share intake information. More paperwork. Are there any trees left in the world? I have taken to asking if there is an online form I can fill out. The answer is always no. It wouldn’t be so bad, but every form asks for the same information. What happened to the paperwork reduction act? Tweet #fighting4answrs
>It has been a good week. M has had very few problems this week. The problems he has had are more typical of a child his age. Pushing someone who cut in line. He is still argumentative, and really likes to sass and talk back. Had to sit the girls down last night and reestablish ground rules. It takes the whole family to make our house work. We appreciate their help, but when they fall short, someone else is left holding the bag and taking up the slack. The biggest issue is empty washing machines. An empty machine in our house is a waste of resources. There is always laundry to do. Normal problems… 🙂 Three cheers for our house!!! Now, I am waiting on a call from P and A. Been waiting for over a week. I called and left a message with the lady who did the intake.
>Noticed something on Friday, and paid more attention to it over the weekend. M has started repeating words and phrases four or five times or more. Doesn’t matter if it is something off the television, something someone said, or something he came up with on his own. Probably just a phase. 🙂 He was being especially difficult this morning. His spoon got milk on it, so he had to get his socks on. I have no idea why he needed socks for a wet spoon. Then he got difficult with getting his snow pants on and cooperating to get in the van. His siblings don’t like it when he does that. I don’t like it either, but recognize the mental illness causing some of his behaviors, whereas they just seem him as being difficult. Now, how to educate them to see the mental illness as well as the behavior? Tweet