We finally saw difficult child's new psychiatrist yesterday and we have a good place to start working. First thing he wanted to take him off Ritalin because in kiddos with high anxiety that can cause voices or hallunications. WOW! That made him feel somewhat better about what was going on. Now he is on Concerta, Zoloft (still) and Abilify. We go back on April 10th to see where things are at. I waited on the medications last night and got home to give him his night medications and realized that the pharmacy had given him 20 mg of Abilify instead of 2mg. Thank God I noticed. 20mg is more than what I myself take. They also shorted me on the Concerta. I was livid!!! Needless to say I called and the problem was corrected. Just goes to show that we really have to watch what we are giving our kids. I know they are human and mistakes happen but boy was that scary. difficult child has had 3 great days now in a row. Maybe we are going to be calm around here for a bit. It usually lasts only about a week then he cycles all over again. Now that the psychiatrist is treating more than just ADHD I am talking to the school about more than just a 504 accomidation plan. That thing is worthless. The teachers never seem to find the time to help him. They just kind of seclude him (place him next to their desk) I have constant email contact and still don't find out about missing work till progress reports. His agenda is never filled out and the list goes on and on. A few weeks ago we had a meeting with the teachers and principal about the way he was being treated and my difficult child had mentioned that one of his teachers called him weird in front of the class. OMG! Excuse me! He may be several things but weird is not one of them. Just rambeling on and on! It feels so good to vent sometimes.