crossed. This morning we met with difficult child's therapist without difficult child. difficult child has been going there for about 5-6 months. She was saying how she sees how difficult he can be even though he has lots of positives. It was a good meeting but the best thing was that she wants us to try and get him in with this program that our state offers. We tried a couple of years ago, at the urging of the in home therapists, but received a very quick no. This program would provide a whole lot more services for difficult child that he really needs. Unfortunately, according to therapist they usually take their referrals from CPS which she said is frustrating to her because someone like our difficult child really needs the services. She said she is going to talk to director of her program and ask her to make an inquiry for us which would be very helpful. She also said that they had a case similar to ours that was denied but when appealed was accepted. I'm trying not to get too hopeful but am keeping my fingers crossed.