I went and saw difficult child on Thursday, family therapy was cancelled as the therapist was sick, but he was expecting me so I went. It went ok, they had not started any medication changes yet, so he was the same difficult child. Very distractable, and was really only interested to see if I brought him a new Dragon Ball Z book. I had brought it. He says he will not do family therapy, no one can make him, is very touchy. I had planned to go see him this weekend, but after that visit? I decided I would just stay home, I will be back up on Monday For his psychiatrist visit and family therapy, and almost 300miles for a 30minute visit where he was only interested in what I brought? Nope, I deserve a nice calm weekend. I think that I will not bring him stuff every time I go either. He is expecting that, and I don't want to do what he wants, I don't do that at home, so why would I do it because he is there? I did order more Dragon Ball Z books on Amazon, but he can wait untill I decide he needs those and they can be birthday presents (his birthday is 12/12)His therapist was in yesterday, and we had a very long and good phone conversation. We basically went over stuff about difficult child, stuff we would have done at the first family therapy. She asked about developmental stuff, asked if he was a rigid black and white thinker (YES! was my reply), when she asked if he had any anxiety? I just could not help it, my reply was a very loud "DUH!"So the facility is trying to move difficult child to another facility (owned by same company) so they can get him in a more age appropriate and more acute setting to maybe do a medication wash. Sounds great to me. He is in a "cottage" where the age range is 12-18. He is the youngest there chronologically, and definately developmentally, as he would be about 10. All the other kids tower over him, but she did say that since he is so small they have kinda taken him under their wing, and I was hoping it would go that way. I should know Monday, and if the other facility has a bed he could be moved Monday.I am a bit torn about moving him, but I want what is best for him and I still believe a complete medication wash is best. Therapist was talking about changing the diagnosis to maybe Pervasive Developmental Disorder (PDD) not otherwise specified or even Asperger's. I have never had a doubt he is on the spectrum, but I can see so clearly the mood issues too, but it is all so intertwined. So we will see where things go from there.