Q did a great job. When I talked to her before the appointment I gave her the oral summary of the tons of paperwork she had... She got it right away... she said, "OH.... he was not in and out of the hospital over an ongoing behavior problem... it was a medication reaction and the other behaviors seem to totally match his brain injury...." YA THINK???? I said that is what is super hard to get people to see. They only see him now and think oh he must be a "psychiatric" kid like what happened at the ER that time. She was amazed he was not admitted to the seizure unit, they see people there all the time that have behaviors kicked off by seizures. UGGG, yeah ,now tell the nurses. He had already used his lifetime max for therapy but they always can get more when time goes by so I am not worried about that, it has been since he was 7 I think. But she recommended twice weekly (which by the time we do sp. Occupational Therapist (OT) pt and couseling, AND horseback riding AND therapy dogs, AND three Integrated Listening Systems (ILS) appointments, well... gonna be hard to do that much but we will do our best. She said when they did the motor testing it was clear he could NOT adjust how hard he threw and he was trying over and over to do it softly. She said his coordination is really poor for his age and she is sure they will prescribe PT which he has never had. Ears perking up you Canadians???? Sound intriguing?? I am so glad my google search went to Courage Center. I have no clue why I didn't think of them earlier.... I just was not realizing there was a center so close to us I guess. their main offices are way on the north side of MPLS and I am south of the cities so it would have been too far. Now, if we get any of the vocational services, where to stuff that in. I think that it would be fine to do it during the day....since he needs it so badly. It is just that it upsets his routine in school . I wonder if we do it on a Monday and only do school Tues through Friday...just a bunch of appointments instead of school? Intense but they are usually fun, he always did Occupational Therapist (OT) and Speech Language Pathologist (SLP) and school all in one day so maybe at least Occupational Therapist (OT), SLT and PT in one day... counseling is already every other week. The voc stuff we can add if ever. So have any of you done interactive metronome therapy? They think it would be good to try with him. I wonder too. I guess I will learn about it. If you guys have experience, I would like to know. They said we can wait and do it in the summer if scheduling is tight. I was happy when we went out of there. they seemed to want to really help give a clearer perspective on how his issues relate to his brain injury. They did an handwriting evaluation too. He didn't do terrible, I was proud of him!