I am working on the letter about the situation yesterday and I want to try and keep emotion out of this but express how po'd I really am... Any opinions would be great. Thanks. We are very upset with the way a situation with our son. We have been working to do the best we can for our son. We recognize that he has a variety of problems that we could not fix while he was at home. As such we sought help for him. We realize not all things can go easily however a blatant disregard for all the work that has been done and our sons well being is unacceptable. When we brought T to the County Dhs office on the 26th of December to meet with our case worker K we were prepared for a discussion. He was not prepared to handle what happened. We were not prepared to see Ts bio mother. We also were not prepared for her to talk to him. Before she did she said that C had said that it was ok to do so. We had no reason at that point to doubt this as no one else came out but her and her husband and step daughter. When we went back our case worker had T step into the room we were to meet in and discussed with us outside the door that she had had no idea that Sue was to be there. We also found out that S was told not to communicate with T. My concern here is that she is no longer his parent and as she is not to have contact with him why we were not alerted that she was there? Why were we not given the opportunity to take T through the other door before she came through? With the past dynamic why didnt C walk her out to make sure there was no contact? When Ts former step- sister was taken to the same campus () as he was we raised concerns then. However contact still happens. Now contact was allowed between his biological mother and him. This has already been detrimental to him when he returned to his cottage at F.