I think so! LOL! difficult child has been mucho cooperative lately. Last week, difficult child went to visit a friend who got into an argument with her father. Next morning, difficult child calls me and husband invididually crying her eyes out. Her words "I want to thank you and dad from the bottom of my heart for adopting me. I am the luckiest girl in the world for having parents like you and I love you...." Of course, I asked what happened? LOL! YESTERDAY, we got a fax that difficult child was to report for 5 hours of vocational rehab testing. Seems they had been sending her notification of testing dates to the wrong address. Even though it was last minute (such things cause difficult child anxiety) she agreed to go this morning and spent the entire 5 hours being tested. (That 5 hour thing would cause anxiety for lots of folks. She did get a lunch break though). She said it was very hard on her and exhausting. She said the last half was almost impossible for her and she feels like she got all the answers wrong. It was a comprehension type test....math, etc. I told her not to worry about it...that I was very happy/proud that she went. There was a delay re: finishing the paperwork to get a social worker to come to her apartment and difficult child has also agreed to go back on Friday to finish that. Right after that, she sees her regular therapist. We have explained some of the things the social worker will help her with (safety, organization, etc.) and she is good with that. Seems her friend told her she needed to be more responsible. Question: Anyone else have a social worker work with their difficult child regularly? Esp. with reference to coming to the residence? Any advice? We are soooo excited because we feel like this has the potential to be of great help for difficult child and our family.