So, I was to meet with the law advocate to review the incident report and go over everything to solidify our game plan. I got the psychologist and home coordinator to come with me tomorrow but it turns out that advocate called the Special Education director and asked to meet her before the larger meeting. She talked more and ended up saying lets just have a meeting with mr sp. ed. admin, director of Special Education. coordinator for sp ed for our school and me, law advocate and my two home program people. I got a letter from our Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI) coordinator and she said to not worry if anyone calls cps on ME for anything she will set them straight. So, the teacher, psychiatric, principal etc.. are all out of the loop. mr sp ed. is to bring all of Q's school things to me.... Advocate called a CPI trainer and reviewed the incident report and there are glaring problems so they do have a problem. She is calling the state today and filing with both dept of ed and psychiatric association. That does not make me feel good at all. I dont like people to have problems. I do not want any other child to be mistreated though. Q is actually dealing ok with things moment to moment, but once in a while gets very stuck asking questions etc. He then has trouble falling asleep but his AVE unit has put him to sleep for three nights in a row now... that is a great thing. He also played outside and did well. He is really afraid of coyotes and foxes right now for some reason. Just general anxiety increasing so it comes up in other fears? I dont know... Did I say that Q's doctor wrote a note saying it would be unhealthy for him to attend school at this time so the sp ed director has already said they will provide home bound teaching for him until we agree to another idea. Advocate says now is the time to ask for the moon because all indications are that they are not so comfortable, which they should feel since this is so wrong. I hope it really plays out that way. My problem, I feel like I can't trust anyone so dont even know what to ask for.