I'm pretty much over being in the so called "system". I have found that the "experts" given to us no nothing about children on the Autism Spectrum Disorders (ASD). They are "mental health" people, and frankly difficult child is not mentally I'll but PDF-not otherwise specified, ect. We have been in this system since fall of 2006, when difficult child freaked out after being put into a regular K classroom, and the school did not do the regular testing on him. He didn't understand what was going on in the classroom so he'd always walk out. So from that point on it's been testing, medications, Residential Treatment Center (RTC)'s, hospitals, BMS, therapy....on and on. Well I'm tired of living under a microscope. difficult child can't live up to my expectations, I can't live up to the providers expectations, and the providers don't live up to what they agree to and the level of skill set they agree to. So basically, nothing gets done. It's alot of talk about implementing things, but in the end they never do it. And for a long time I have know that we are no longer a family. We just "paticents" in a lying dysfunctional system. So, I removed us from the in-home provider system. So I'm taking my family back. difficult child has been on medications for years now, and I now feel we can try to step away. Anyway those people in the home everyday make the stress and tension in the house just being there. So I'm looking for good books on parenting a Autism Spectrum Disorders (ASD) child, not a baby like most resources. difficult child is 11 yrs old. I'm also looking for good parenting books, ideas, step by step how to do books etc. Also any websites or other forums specializing in those areas. Thanks. Ps, typing this on my phone, so please excuse my typos.