So I spoke with Residential Treatment Center (RTC) psychiatrist. difficult child is doing really well. He is now going to be tapered off seroquel and if all goes well he will come home next week. If it does not go well, he will stay and trial a different medication. I have family therapy via phone this afternoon with difficult child and therapist. I am torn, I am unable to go up there this week as easy child had her tonsillectomy Monday, and I just cannot leave her here alone. It is so much easier to see how difficult child is doing when I can be there. We are getting a new therapist, I think I know which one I want to go with, she has experience with kiddos on the spectrum and with trauma, lord knows s2bx has caused us all enough of that. easy child's therapist is going to do family therapy. I will eventually have difficult child do some speech work, but that will most likely be over the summer. It is so hard to imagine him home and better. I want to make sure that things get better, I don't want things to be like they used to be, and I know part of that is changing my own behavior and allowing difficult child to be more independent. My wrap services will not pay for respite or in home help, so I am going to have to figure that out all on my own. His skills builder will be spending time at school with him to help with the transition there. I am leery of her too, she was the only one available to work with him at school, but she is also the one I fired before. We will see how this time around goes. I so hope he is able to finish the year at his current school. That would mean so much to him. Right now I am a tangled mess of nerves.