DCFS has transferred my grandson's case to a private organization because of his special needs. They will still be involved on a lesser scale. It all confuses me and I wonder what the machinations of this move entail. The state I live in is notoriously broke, behind in payments and the insurance they offer to at risk kids has so few doctors that take medicaid that appointments are being made into November for a hearing problem. The latest was a call from a representative for a guardian ad litem for GS. They will be making a home visit to us mid-July. I looked it up on the internet and if any of you can offer clarification/interpretation as to whether this is a good protective measure for my grandson, if it will be in place beyond our fostering, if they will hold parents to account...please share anything you know, or anything I should ask of them. We are getting into a routine with the little guy. My son is going to 2 AA meetings a week, GS's mother enters rehab on Monday. Saying prayers that God will guide us through this very uncertain time. Hoping he guides us to the right path in the meantime we'll be working overtime to do right by this precious boy.