I hope I am posting this in the right place. I am trying to find some ideas or solutions, tthat we haven't yet tried, for my daughter. A little bit of background: Daughter is 13 years old. She was born with Down Syndrome and had very challenging behaviors from a young age, including physical aggressive (hitting, scratching, throwing objects), repetitive actions that can sometimes be violent like slamming herself against walls, raging tantrums that could last for hours... we've been to behavioral management counselors, day programs inpatient and other types of therapy for years now. Shes been given other diagnoses like ADHD, ODD, and Pervasive Developmental Disorder (PDD), but we are not entirely sure if they're accurate or not because a she has low verbal skills and has trouble communicating her feelings/frustrations. We've had her on a lot of medicationd and things seems to improve for a while and then it all goes downhill again. Right now she is at a residential treatment center (Residential Treatment Center (RTC)) but she will probably come home soon. We have one other son, adopted, 10 years old, without any disabilities who to be honest dislikes her and resents her. It breaks my heart. I stay up at night thinking what might happen to her when we're gone. We considered a group home but there have been a few scandals here wiyh group homes for developmentally disabled adults where there was severe abuse. I can't bet on her being protected in such a place. We are looking for any ideas or experiences of other parents who have dealt with similar issues. We're willing to try basically anything at this point.