difficult child 2 takes Namenda in the morning before school. I reminded him to go take it today as he was getting ready. Normally we use a pill box with everything measured out for the week, but lately he's been fine with just taking what he needs on his own. He just needs the prompt to go do it at the right time. Well this morning, I guess he was still tired and not thinking clearly and he took his complete EVENING dose of medications (Depakote ER, Seroquel XR, Intuniv and Namenda)! I called the school to let them know to NOT give him his afternoon Seroquel XR, let his case manager know so she could alert his teachers that he may be sedated today, and emailed the psychiatrist to make sure I was doing the right thing. He said to skip everything but the Namenda he normally takes tonight and start over anew tomorrow. Meanwhile, I'm a little anxious about how this will affect difficult child 2 over the next few days. He tends to be sensitive to missing even one dose... for example, he didn't take his lunchtime Seroquel XR on Sunday and was bouncing off the walls the next day saying his head was buzzing. It even lingered a bit into yesterday. I guess this is a pretty clear sign we need to go back to using the pill box again!