I haven't posted her in a long time. My 12 year old non verbal autisic son is doing much better in a new school. He gets in home st and she suggested that taking him to an Occupational Therapist (OT) gym would really help with his sensory issues. There is only one place near us that takes our insurance. He had an evaluation and they agreed that he could benefit from it. Here is our problem. My son is on medications and does have horrible meltdowns from time to time. We don't know what causes them and they can come out of the blue. He will bite you, bite himself, or bang his head on the floor or wall. We cannot predict when and where he will have one. Anyhow, in order for him to get help at the Occupational Therapist (OT) place, they wanted us to have his psychiatric dr change his medications and write a letter guaranting that he won't be a danger to himself or others. We took him to the psychiatric dr. yesterday and she said that was just a nice way of them telling us they don't want to treat him. She said she cannot guarantee the behavior of anyone. The only medication change she made was she upped his adhd medication to one tablet twice a day instead of half and tablet twice a day. But there is no telling how his behavior will be from day to day. He might have a great day one day, then a bad one the next. What should we do?