Last week I posted that difficult child was telling her spec. ed. teacher that she was hearing voices and that they were telling her to do "bad things". We had the appointment. with her therapist yesterday morning and she(difficult child) played it off like it was more or less her conscience or her talking to herself so we didn't get anywhere with it. difficult child also kept changing the subject and going from topic to topic so getting back to it was impossible. But, the in home support people were here and as the one lady is a psychologist, she's coming back on Thursday to do an evaluation. She works with a lot of people who hear voices so she knows what to look for. She also works with difficult child's therapist and psychiatrist and will refer us immediately to psychiatrist if she feels its more than her "talking to herself". difficult child was home for part of the meeting with our other in home support person and it didn't go well. difficult child's mood fluctuated quite a bit so S(the support person) was able to see a little of difficult child "doing her thing". She mentioned that difficult child's behavior reminds her of another girl that she worked with who had an attatchment disorder. We've heard this before from a clinical social worker at the hospital where difficult child spent 6 months (developmental disorder unit). She also said difficult child seemed to have some symtoms similar to kids with attatchment disorder. Where this will end up, I don't know but its no surprise to husband and I because we've been telling people for yrs. that she has never really been connected to us or anything really. But, I'm anxious for these people to spend more time here in the home environment with her so they can see how she really ticks.