I've read comments to the effect that we were "lucky" to get the services we receive in this home & for wm at group home. There was no luck involved...my children are disabled, hover between 3 & 5 years emotionally; are extremely vulnerable in the community - at high risk for re-victimization. kt & wm's GAF scores fluctuate between 20 & 40 on any given day/doctor's appointment. That's not real high functioning. kt goes dissociative on a semi regular basis & as many of you know the crisis team is here at least once a week; wm is volatile on his best days. I've worked my behind off to get a team of professionals who can & do work with each other. Who have our entire family's interest at heart. A team that is willing to work with both kt & wm to achieve their highest level of functionality. And with all this help & all these interventions it's still a real crap shoot. It's not a walk in the park to have in home help day in & day out. There is little to no privacy yet it's what needs to be done. This being a family of different addresses is just a need to reframe in my mind a very ugly situation. Let's just say, I'm not feeling terribly lucky.