hi so i spoke to difficult child's school today, ya know the one that called cps on me lol. love them NOT. sooo they again need more paperwork from me from oregon. figured that, their calling back. their talking about transitioning her back into school. i have to admit that made my hair stand up a bit. she just got back home, and i know we gotta keep it flowing. yet she's academically behind now her school piece in hospital was minimal. also she's not totally recovered and i'm afraid of a relapse. so the guidance counselor who im not a big fan of told me well we can't continue to enable her. i said i dont' think by allowing her time to catch up on work and also fully recover is enabling her. i saId if that anxiety shoots up again it'll be me running off to another treatment place for 3rd time. thinking in my mind not you! so i said i'm not doing anything at all with this other than home tutors till we have a mtg. and sit down and talk about the approach. their actually thinking of bringing her back into school 2 periods a day. in my mind husband and i, i don't consider ex's feelings on this because he really doesn't know how to handle her or what she's truly like. we agreed that we'd try to put her back in september a fresh start. give her supports now, continue home tutoring, try to set up socialization pieces, actiivties make her life better. it was so bad before just in a cave. not sure how i'm feeling about throwing her into the fire before she's ready for it. i'm trying to get her one playdate with a kid she used to play with just to see how she'd handle the questions etc. a small warm up thing. yet no parents are returning my calls. ithink their afraid their kids will catch it. again the neighborhood i live in bites. thoughts on school anyone? we've never been thru a major hospitalization before. yet kids i worked with did and they never transitioned back in immediately at all. it was time at home to fully recover from whatever they went in for, than supports in place than a small small transition back that would be carefully monitored.