Hello, this is my first time posting here. My son is 8 years old, and has MR with an IQ of about 70, ADHD, ODD, Bipolar 2, and other diagnonsises that his psychiatrist calls "multi-dimensional development delays". He's on Seroquel 400mg, Depakote 750mg and Adderral 20mg XR. In the past he's been on Clonidine, Thorazine, Trileptal, Tenex, Risperdal, and Ritalin, in various combinations over the last five years. I would like to know how other parents create safe play environments for their children. My son is constantly bored, because I've had to limit his toy choices for the safety of the rest of the household. He doesn't like to touch other people, even to hit them, so he's a thrower. He'll throw anything he can pick up when he's angry, and also, the most troublesome, when he's frustrated, and he frustrates so easily. Block tower falls down? Throw the blocks and it doesn't matter if they hit the windows, the tv, other people. Time to put the matchbox cars away? I get hit in the face with them. Trying to read a book and he can't understand a word? Rips the book apart. Crayons get peeled, snapped into bits, and sometimes eaten. I don't know what to give him to play with and also keep him from destroying the house. Anything the least bit challenging like puzzles or games results in screaming and tears and declarations of, "it's too hard because I'm stupid!" Blocks of any sort get the same response when he can't build tall, elaborate buildings perfectly, art supplies get thrown or broken when the picture isn't "good enough". The only thing he's happy playing with is matchbox cars, the things that cause the most damage when he throws them. Did you know they could leave dents in sheet rock? It's frustrating for him and for me as well, not knowing how to keep him entertained.